With solar energy is increasingly popular in today’s society, researchers find new ways to make the conversion of light from the Sun in the vital energy, more efficient and cheaper to manufacture.
Now solar panels to cut crystalline silicon for less than one inch Thick plate of really small. These small thin disks are carefully polished and to repair any damage caused by the cutting process. After polishing, espacian of doping and of metallic conductors (materials add changes to the solar photovoltaic solar cell electrical Supplement) for each disk. The records are arranged in a grid pattern in the upper part of the solar panels. The Panel is covered with sheets of thin protection, is attached to the Panel. It is then attached to the base with cement material heat very expensive. The cement must be helpful channel away excess heat panel, so that they do not have cells. Although such panels are not as effective as you would like to most researchers. Also are quite expensive and still have a tendency to over-heat.
David Ginger, Professor of chemistry at the University of Washington and his team of researchers who may have found the answer. They find a way to create exceptionally small screenshots Bubbles and channels (apoximately 10,000 times smaller than human hair), organic solar cells in plastic. Is that if the plastic polymers extends bubbles sheets and baked and channels will serve as the natural consequence of the heating process. Intensity and duration of heat or affects the configuration of the bubbles. Configuration of the photovoltaic efficiency or balloons dictating machines.
Paul Berger, Professor of electrical and computer engineering and Professor of physics at Ohio became plastic polymers to conquer and convert sunlight into energy efficiency. Berger and his team found to add little silver for plastic polymer nano-particles has increased the efficiency of solar panels (electricity generated per square centimetre) has increased by nearly 12 per cent. “Small particles of silver, capture a broader range of polymer wavelengths of sunlight that normally it would be possible, which in turn increases the output current,” says Berger.
In the meantime Brian Korgel, engineer at the University of Texas is working on the Sun “in writing”. These nano-particles Sun inks can be printed on a substrate of plastic or stainless steel. Alternatively, you can paint directly on the ceiling or parts of buildings. Korgel and his team hopes that this technology can reduce production costs 1/10th of all is today!
As our society focuses more and more solutions ‘ green energy ‘ growing need for research to more energy-efficient technologies to solar radiation. It is hoped that with the promotion of these technologies, the use of solar energy economically poor one day completely replace fossil fuels.