How 3D graphene can make dye-sensitized solar cells cheaper

08/22/2013 | EE Times Asia (free registration)

Researchers at Michigan Technological University have developed a less expensive method of manufacturing dye-sensitized solar cells with three-dimensional graphene. Their method replaces platinum, a pricey material, in the cell's counter electrode with 3D honeycomb graphene.

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