Swedish firm uses nanowires to make solar panels more productive

04/9/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Sol Voltaics says it has developed indium phosphide nanowires that could be used to make solar panels 25% more energy efficient. The company uses the aerotaxy process to produce an inklike liquid that could be applied to solar panels. Sol Voltaics expects to make solar cells with gallium arsenide nanowires by the end of this year, with commercial production starting in 2016.

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