Multiprogram Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Govindarajan Muralidharan - Low Cost Production of InGaN for Next Generation Photovoltaic Devices – Discovery of America by Queltanews

Recent work at Cornell University has shown that the bandgap of the InN-GaN system can be tailored to span the entire solar spectrum     more...

Multiprogram Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Chad Duty - Photovoltaic Material – Discovery of America by Queltanews

The grand challenge for the wide spread use of thin film photovoltaic a material is obtaining high conversion efficiency over large areas at a reasonable cost     more...

Multiprogram Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Jun Qu - Synthesis of highly ordered TiO2 nanotubes using ionic liquids for Photovoltaics – Discovery of America by Queltanews

Vertically aligned, highly ordered TiO2 nanotube arrays are of great interest due to their high surface-to-volume ratios and size-dependent properties and, more importantly, have been proven to possess outstanding charge transport properties     more...

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory Looks Ahead: Solar Energy Technologies – Discovery of America by Queltanews

The Solar Technologies Program at ORNL is focused on conducting research, development, and deployment for the Department of Energy in collaboration with private industry, universities, utilities, and state     more...

History of Fundamental and Applied Sciences Achievements in Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Photosynthesis – Discovery of America by Queltanews

Several ORNL biologists interested in studying green plant cells and radiation focused on photosynthesis. In this process, plants synthesize carbohydrates (tissues) from airborne carbon dioxide and water, using light as an energy source.     more...

Directing Matter and Energy: Solar Photochemistry – Discovery of America by Queltanews

This research area supports molecular-level research on solar energy capture and conversion in the condensed phase and at interfaces. These investigations of solar photochemical energy conversion focus on the elementary steps of light absorption     more...

Directing Matter and Energy: Solar Photochemistry – Discovery of America by Queltanews

This research area supports molecular-level research on solar energy capture and conversion in the condensed phase and at interfaces. These investigations of solar photochemical energy conversion focus on the elementary steps of light absorption     more...

Directing Matter and Energy: Photochemistry and Biochemistry – Discovery of America by Queltanews

Research is supported on the molecular mechanisms involved in the capture of light energy and its conversion into chemical and electrical energy through biological and chemical pathways. Natural photosynthetic systems     more...

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) looks ahead: The last news from solar power research divisions

New measurement capability supports the development of high-efficiency solar cells for concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) application     more...

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) looks ahead: Capabilities for modeling and analyzing the concentrating solar power technologies

NREL has the following capabilities, which include software development, for modeling and analyzing a variety of concentrating solar power technologies: Solar Resource Maps; Optical Analysis and Modeling; Advanced Coatings Modeling and Analysis; Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD); Systems Analysis; Concentrating Solar Deployment     more...
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"Multiprogram Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Fred Baker - Commercialisation of the new carbon fiber materials for energy applications – Discovery of America by Queltanews"

Production of advanced carbon materials is critically important for development of advanced energy-efficiency systems
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