New, inexpensive nanoparticles lower solar cell manufacturing costs

By CleanTechnica
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 1:22 EDT
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Relatively inexpensive, easy-to-manufacture, nanoparticle-based solar cells can be created with materials that are abundantly common throughout the Earth’s crust, according to new work from researchers at the University of Alberta.;

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