organic solar cell efficiency

An electron wave function, indicated by orange shading, spreads across several nanocrystalline fullerene molecules in this representation of an organic solar cell heterojunction. Image Credit: Giebink, Penn State

More-Efficient Organic Solar Cells Coming Soon Thanks To New Research On Charge Separation

A new multi-university study focusing on the fundamental science of charge separation has resulted in a greatly improved understanding of the subject — an improved understanding that should lead to more-efficient organic solar cells in the near future, according to those involved. The new work has resulted in the creation … [continued]