MIT researchers aim for thinnest, most energy-packed solar cells

07/1/2013 | Renewable Energy World

Solar cells so thin that they're measured by their molecules would hold the potential to exceed any substance other than reactor-grade uranium in energy production per pound, according to this article. That's the goal of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who hope to develop cells made of stacked sheets of molecule-thick materials such as graphene or molybdenum disulfide.

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