Swedish engineers claim nanowire breakthrough in solar cell research
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have successfully demonstrated how nanowires could potentially be used to pave the way for more efficient and cheaper solar cells.
“Our findings are the first to show that it really is possible to use nanowires to manufacture solar cells,” explained semiconductor physics researcher Magnus Borgström.
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