Conventional photovoltaic technology uses large, heavy, opaque, dark silicon panels, but this could soon change. The IK4-Ikerlan research centre is working within the X10D European project with new materials to produce solar panels in order to come up with alternatives to the current panels. What is needed to improve the functioning of cells with a large surface are materials that cost less to produce and offer greater energy efficiency.
|2014/8/27||Wind energy cuts the electricity bill|
|2014/8/27||Microtechnologies for driving forward mobility and human health|
|2014/8/26||Tecnalia revolutionises hotel sector with smart bracelets|
|2014/8/22||Grapefruit and Helichrysum act against diabetes and obesity, according to University of Navarra PhD thesis|
|2014/8/21||More efficient fuel cells for mobile devices|
|2014/8/20||Silver nanoparticles with new optical properties for biomedical applications and sensors|
|2014/8/20||The chronology of Neanderthal disappearance|
|2014/8/12||Situations of severe and prolonged social conflict during adolescence analysed in PhD thesis|
|2014/8/11||Emissions vary according to forest and pasture types|
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