Scientists use nanoscale architecture to make efficient solar cell
Boston College researchers report their - nanocoax' technology can support a highly efficient thin film solar cell.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at R & D.
#1 Jun 9, 2010
If you could form this stuff up into sheets and roll it out on home roof top, even at 8% efficiency you could generate a lot of power. You would not necessarily have to make sure the solar product was on a south facing roof, it could be the whole roof. With sheet or roll printing technology, you could produce KW of electricity for pennies.
Add your comments below
|BC students, staff protest racial incidents||Oct '17||Stephanie Chisholm||1|
|Malloy: Trump a threat to civil rights progress||Oct '17||Hilda||3|
|Poll says blacks less likely to have enough for... (May '17)||May '17||Jesus Hernandez||1|
|Liberal Judges Releasing Illegal Alien Criminal... (May '17)||May '17||UdiotRaceAMAKEWOR...||5|
|Drexel's freshman applications plunge - happily (Jan '15)||Mar '17||Guido||2|
|Anti-gay slur sparks protest on BC campus (Sep '16)||Oct '16||Shirvell s Shrivel||14|
|Author John Smolens to visit Bayliss Library (Sep '16)||Sep '16||Field of Dreams||1|
Find what you want!
Search Boston College Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC