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Researchers Improve Solar Cell Performance by Identifying Defects in Perovskites

Researchers Improve Solar Cell Performance by Identifying Defects in Perovskites

Researchers from the University of Washington and University of Oxford have identified inefficient regions in perovskite materialsResearchers from the University of Washington and University of Oxford have identified inefficient regions in perovskites and have shown that those defects can be engineered to further improve solar devices. [More]
Brookhaven Scientists Develop Eco-friendly Sulfur Polymer Technology that Replaces Concrete

Brookhaven Scientists Develop Eco-friendly Sulfur Polymer Technology that Replaces Concrete

SulfCrete in association with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory, have developed a distinct and inexpensive construction material - sulfur polymer having a lower carbon footprint than present concrete materials. [More]
Convion, Fraunhofer IKTS and Plansee Present Their Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Innovations at Hannover Fair.

Convion, Fraunhofer IKTS and Plansee Present Their Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Innovations at Hannover Fair.

Convion LTD, Fraunhofer IKTS and Plansee SE have one common goal: to contribute to the breakthrough of SOFC technology as a future form of affordable, reliable, and clean energy. [More]
Cortec Introduces CorrShield VpCI®-379 Water-Based, Economical, Environmentally Safe Corrosion Preventive Liquid

Cortec Introduces CorrShield VpCI®-379 Water-Based, Economical, Environmentally Safe Corrosion Preventive Liquid

CorrShield VpCI®-379 is a water-based, economical, safe to apply, corrosion preventive liquid concentrate designed to meet tough anti-pollution requirements. It is aimed for protection of ferrous and non-ferrous metals in sheltered areas, indoor or in packages not in direct exposure to rain and outdoor elements. Its unique vapor phase action migrates wherever humidity and corrosive agents can penetrate to provide complete protection to uncoated and difficult-to-reach areas. [More]
Researchers Identify New Method for Manufacturing Perovskite Solar Cells

Researchers Identify New Method for Manufacturing Perovskite Solar Cells

A research team at Brown University have developed a new technique to produce light-absorbing perovskite films for use in flexible, thin and high efficiency solar cells. [More]
Electrically Conductive Film Holds Promise for Artificial Photosynthesis

Electrically Conductive Film Holds Promise for Artificial Photosynthesis

A group of researchers at Caltech has designed a novel electrically conductive film that provides a promising means to develop devices that can harness sunlight to change water into hydrogen fuel. [More]
Oxford Photovoltaics Raises Funding for Continued Development of Breakthrough Perovskite Solar Technology

Oxford Photovoltaics Raises Funding for Continued Development of Breakthrough Perovskite Solar Technology

Oxford Photovoltaics Ltd (Oxford PV), the pioneering solar technology company, today announces that it has raised a first-tranche B round of over £8 million from a variety of new and existing investors. [More]
Carbon Nanotube Based Electrocatalyst Makes a Cost-Effective Substitute for Platinum

Carbon Nanotube Based Electrocatalyst Makes a Cost-Effective Substitute for Platinum

Researchers at the Aalto University in Finland have developed an efficient and cost-effective substitute for platinum in energy storage applications. [More]

Tetronics Supplies World-Leading Technology to US Waste Management Firm

Tetronics International, a global leader in environmentally friendly resource recovery solutions, has today announced the signing of a deal to provide its plasma arc technology to Duncan Recycling & Refining (DR2), U... [More]
New Green Technique Recycles All Plastics without Using Water

New Green Technique Recycles All Plastics without Using Water

Conventional plastic recycling techniques use large quantities water. In order to avoid this waste, Marco Adame founder of Ak Inovex, has recently developed a new green technology which does not require the use of liquids. [More]