Nanotechnology comes to solar power

Schematic diagram of a thin film organic solar cell shows the top layer, a patterned, roughened scattering layer, in green, the organic thin film layer where light is trapped and electrical current is generated, in red, while the film that is sa...

Solar power has been around in the marine industry for a long time, says peter Nash. And if the engineers at America’s Stanford University get their way, Solar power will become a mainstay of future power generation.

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