Scientists have achieved a new world record for a next-generation solar cell, which holds the promise for novel applications like building-integrated and window solar panels.
The breakthrough follows two years of research from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University into organic solar cells (OSCs), which until now have been too inefficient and costly to be used widely in practical applications.
The research team invented a new technique to boost the stability of OSCs, achieving a power-conversion efficiency of 19.3 per cent.
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