Monday, August 01, 2016

Researchers use lobster shells for solar cells

Love this! Researchers in Malaysia have used lobster and shrimp cells - essentially biowaste - for a material that can be used in organic solar cells. At 8% the efficiency isn't as good as perovskite or single crystal silicon cells, but the costs are much lower.

You can see the story at Lobster shells lead to dye solar cells | EETE Power Management:

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