Breakthrough Discovery Uses Sunlight to Create Materials for Solar Devices

April 4, 2014 by  
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Researchers at Oregon State University just made an energy breakthrough that could cut the cost of solar energy while also drastically reducing the carbon footprint of manufacturing solar materials. OSU chemical engineering professor Chih-Hung Chang published a paper in the journal RSC Advances that describes a way to make the sun a “one-stop shop” that produces both the materials for solar devices and the energy to power them. Read the rest of Breakthrough Discovery Uses Sunlight to Create Materials for Solar Devices Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “solar energy” , carbon footprint , cheap solar energy , cheap solar panels , energy breakthrough , net zero solar cells , oregon state university , solar devices , thin film solar cells        

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