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Bandgap Engineering Inc.’s nanotextured silicon solar cell has demonstrated a 0.3 percent efficiency boost over standard solar cells and is expected to be 1 percent more efficient when fully optimized. Made in collaboration with Georgia Institute of Technology, the Woburn, Mass., company’s nanotextured solar cells are a drop-in upgrade for crystalline-silicone manufacturers using standard processing technologies. Conventional processes were used in developing the cells. The new Center for Freeform Optics brings the University of Rochester and University of North Carolina...Read full article

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