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The Chemistry Behind Thin Film Solar Cells Liam Critchley
The distinct types of thin film solar cells have different working principles based on their fundamental chemistry. All thin film solar cells work differently from conventional inorganic solar cells, and even though their efficiencies are not as high, they have other benefits.

Using 2D Materials in Photo-Harvesting Applications Liam Critchley
As society looks toward more ways of harvesting our natural environment, 2D materials offer a way to efficiently harvest solar rays into a usable output. 2D materials use light to create energy via advanced solar cells, producing hydrogen fuel and facilitating advanced cancer treatments.

Energy Harvesting Could End Fossil Fuel Dependency KEMET Electronics
Demand for safe, power-efficient, renewable energy sources that require little or no maintenance is increasing on a daily basis. Learn why energy harvesting holds great promise as a solution to overcome the depletion of fossil fuels.

Understanding the Chemistry of Semiconductor Junctions Liam Critchley
Chemistry plays a major part in why semiconductor materials behave the way they do, and why current can flow through a p-n semiconducting junction. Here, we discuss what effect chemistry has on these junctions, including some of the mechanistic variations that exist in electronics today.

Microgrid Vision Stalls but Smart Automation Offers Reboot Steven Keeping
Microgrids are the key to integrating green energy. But engineers must embrace smart grid technologies before the hype becomes reality.

Domestic Microgenerators Present Utilities with New Challenges Steven Keeping
The century-old U.S. electricity grid is the largest interconnected machine on Earth. But this infrastructure––comprising more than 9,200 electric generating units with more than 1,000 gigawatts of generating capacity connected to nearly 300,000 miles (483,000 km) of transmission and distribution lines––is facing the largest disruption in its history as the way power is generated undergoes a revolution.

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