Friday, April 19, 2024

Discovery could lead to increased stability of next-generation solar cells

Scientists have uncovered the mechanism that causes new solar cells to break down, and suggest a potential solution, says a report from Imperial College London. Solar cells harness energy from the sun but face challenges from costly manufacturing processes and poor efficiency. The research team showed how the selection of a crucial layer within the perovskite (material developed for next-generation solar cells) can mitigate degradation under ambient conditions and increase stability. This could lead to the design of more stable high-performance tin perovskites that show potential as new solar cells.

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Police make arrests in ‘largest gold theft in Canadian history’

(Al Jazeera Media Network) Police in Canada have arrested multiple people accused of stealing thousands of gold bars worth more than $20 million CDN...

After stalling for months, Ukraine aid vote heads to House of Representatives

(BBC News) US President Joe Biden has said he "strongly supports" a new $61-billion aid bill for Ukraine, arguing it will "send a message...