Scientist Has Developed a Material to Make Solar Cells More Efficient

Scientist has developed a new material that will make solar cells more efficient and affordable, and may allow us to better utilize the most abundant renewable energy.

The Study was published in the Journal Science, which describe the new material called a tandem perovskite solar cell which could be used in full-sized solar panels in the near future.

“We are producing higher-efficiency, lower-cost solar cells that show great promise to help solve the world energy crisis,” said Yanfa Yan, a professor at University of Toledo, US.

“The meaningful work will help to protect our planet for our children and future generations. We have a problem consuming most of the fossil energies right now, and our collaborative team is focused on refining our innovative way to clean up the mess,” he added.