Researchers tout thinner, durable solar cells using Corning's Willow glass

07/3/2013 | MIT Technology Review online

Thin, flexible solar shingles have been created by scientists at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory who used Corning's Willow glass. The shingles can be attached to a roof just as traditional asphalt shingles are. The glass-based shingles may be more durable than traditional ones, says Dipak Chowdhury, a division vice president at Corning and director of commercial technology for Willow glass. In addition, the use of glass means the solar cell material could be the scalable cadmium telluride.

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