Plextronics' polymer solar cells reached a conversion efficiency of 5.4%

This week we spoke with Andy Hannah, CEO of organic semiconductor developer Plextronics, which recently announced with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory that its polymer solar cells had reached a record conversion efficiency, for organic solar cells, of 5.4%. Andy said that Plextronics plans ...

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