PARC develops attractive process of ink-jet printing of cell electrodes

Last week, we spoke with Scott Elrod, Director of the Hardware Systems Laboratory at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), which was spun out Xerox in 2002. He told us PARC has developed a novel printing solution for depositing the silver gridlines for front-contact solar cells, with the goal of red...

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