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How Electronic Materials Research can Make or Break Renewable Energy

 Richard R. King
  14th-Aug-2009
Description: How can the basic materials science we have been working on for devices in telecom, computing, imaging, displays be applied to photovoltaic cells, energy storage, and other renewable energy applications? Multijunction photovoltaic cells for grid-connected solar electricity and Flat-plate photovoltaics are focused on in this discussion. Although, electronic materials impact many more aspects of renewable energy such as Batteries, fuel cells for vehicles, Thermoelectrics and thermionics, etc.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Photovoltaics/Solar
Contents:
Electronic Materials Science Challenges in Renewable Energy

Richard R. King
Spectrolab, Inc.
A Boeing Company

51st Electronic Materials Conference June 24-26, 2009 University Park, PA
R. R. King, 51st Electronic Materials Conf., University Park, PA, June 24-26, 2009

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