Solexel announces world record 20.62% efficient epitaxial silicon large-area solar cell

Mehrdad Moslehi, the founder and CTO of Solexel (see the June 14, 2012 LRSCJ), shared with Lux Research the news of a world-record 20.62% efficient epitaxial silicon solar cell based on 156 mm x 156 mm cell area. The cell area is equivalent to a traditional crystalline silicon wafer. Solexel's techn...

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