Massachusetts Institute Of Technology Achieves 25.2% Perovskite Solar Cell Efficiency With ‘Precise Engineering’ Of Electron Transport Layer
Tuesday, 02 Mar 2021
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have reached 25.2% power conversion efficiency for perovskite solar cells which they claim ‘eclipses’ the efficiency of many existing solar panels.
MIT Working Paper By David Matthäus Sees Pre-Qualification & Penalties As Increasing Chances Of Realizing Auctioned Renewable Energy Capacity
Thursday, 20 Feb 2020
With renewable energy sources increasingly being used by governments across the world to bring down their electricity costs and mitigate harmful effects of climate change, auctions to select projects, technologies and developers has become the most w.
MIT & NREL Researchers Claim Use Of Thinner Silicon Wafers For Solar Cells Can Deliver Significant Cost Reduction For Individual Panels; Wafer Thickness Can Come Down To 40 Or Even 15 Micrometer
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2020
The thinner the better, that’s the suggestion of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) for silicon cells that will eventually result in lower costs of solar panels.
Replacing Solar Panels Within 15 Years While Maintaining Remaining Equipment More Cost Effective Than Replacing Everything After 25-30 Years: MIT Research
Wednesday, 25 Sep 2019
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) say solar panels with a shelf life of 10 years or 15 years make more economic sense than the current breed of those with 25 years to 30 years of lifespan.