Nanopillars making solar cells more efficient - 2013 report
Tuesday, Feb 12, 2013

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pxzdqn/nanopillars) has announced the addition of the "Nanopillars Making Solar Cells More Efficient" report to their offering.

An effort by humans to harness the abundant source of solar energy available around us has manifested in the form solar energy being converted to many applications as diverse as heat channelizing, electricity conversion, electro mechanical applications and many more as these. The dream of solar energy for human applications was realized in the early part of this century by the invention of solar cells which when arranged in photovoltaic arrays deliver power for bigger applications.

The next leap of invention in this direction is Nanopillars and Solar Cells. Aruvians Rsearch's report Nanopillars Making Solar Cells More Efficient earmarks the immense potential that this technology holds for the future of mankind and the crucial impact it will have on the process of introduction of solar energy into large scale arenas of the industrialized economies.

Aruvians Rsearch's report on Nanopillars and Solar Cells initiates with a strong theoretical understanding of the Solar Cell system and their subsequent propagation into photovoltaic systems including their applications derived from generational leaps as first to third generation cells. The report presents the entire gamut of PV cells in a structured family tree for easy interpretation and also delves into the applications of PV Technology in isolated environment.

Source: Business Wire

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