27 Sep 2018
Solar energy has long been considered the most sustainable option for replacing our dependence on fossil fuels, but technologies for converting solar energy into electricity must be both efficient...
Type: News Article
27 Sep 2018
Dr. Zonghao Liu (left) and Prof. Yabing Qi (right) with the 5 cm × 5 cm perovskite solar module that they developed in their lab at OIST.
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27 Sep 2018
From right to left: Prof. Yabing Qi, Dr. Zonghao Liu, Dr. Longbin Qiu, Dr. Emilio J. Juarez-Perez, Dr. Zhifang Wu, Dr. Yan Jiang, and Dr. Luis K. Ono.
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27 Apr 2018
Electron microscopy image of perovskite solar cells, showing the different layers.
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27 Apr 2018
Dr. Longbin Qiu (left) and Dr. Zonghao Liu (right), both post-doctoral researchers from the Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit, hold solar cells made from their new perovskite material.
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27 Apr 2018
The all-inorganic perovskite solar cells are built in several layers. The bottom layer is glass, which is several millimeters thick. The second layer is a transparent conductive material called FTO....
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27 Apr 2018
Perovskite solar cells have not yet been produced on a commercial scale. Currently, the OIST Energy Materials and Surface Sciences Unit’s new perovskite solar cells are small enough for Dr. Liu to...
Type: Photo
27 Apr 2018
Harnessing energy from the sun, which emits immensely powerful energy from the center of the solar system, is one of the key targets for achieving a sustainable energy supply. Light energy can be...
Type: News Article
4 Aug 2017
Originally a mineral, the perovskite used in today’s technology is quite different from the rock found in the Earth mantle. A “perovskite structure” uses a different combination of atoms but keep the...
Type: News Article
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