BASF introduces organic solar cells

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The photovoltaic cells made of organic semiconductor materials are flexible and as thin as plastic films, as well as light-weight and variable in colour. But mainly in the construction industry these organic solar cells are to be utilised as thin, photoactive layer on roofs, façades or even on windows

We are running out of raw materials. BASF thinks organic solar cells are the solar technology of the future.

Scientists introduce new organic solar cells which can be in cars, cell phones, windows and more. 

  • production is cost effective
  • production is possible in different colors
  • the cells are transparant

 

 A scientist from BASF explains why new organic solar cells could be a cost-effective, sustainable energy source for the future, e.g. in electric cars.

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One Response to BASF introduces organic solar cells

  1. John Kirk says:

    I have heard about two new solar products.

    1. Solar sheeting
    To cover large area’s quick and cheap

    2. Solar converting paint

    Does anyone know more about these emerging technologies ?

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