Panel surya inkjet diatur untuk revolusi energi hijau – TomoNews



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WARSAW, POLANDIA — AFP melaporkan bahwa metode pemrosesan baru telah dikembangkan yang memungkinkan produksi panel surya pada suhu yang lebih rendah dan mengurangi biaya.

Pada tahun 2009, ditemukan bahwa kelas mineral perovskite dapat digunakan untuk membentuk sel surya fotovoltaik. Tetapi proses awalnya rumit, dan hanya bisa dilakukan pada bahan-bahan seperti kaca yang dapat menahan panas ekstrem yang dibutuhkan.

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Inkjet printed solar cells set to revolutionize green energy – TomoNews



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WARSAW, POLAND — AFP reports that a novel processing method has been developed that allows for the production of solar panels at lower temperatures and reduced costs.

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Future green technology: new solar panels could generate electricity from raindrops – TomoNews



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YUNNAN, CHINA — Scientists in China are producing solar panels that can produce energy from the last source you’d expect — rainwater.

In a study published in the journal Angewandte Chemie, researchers in China introduced a new type of solar panel that adds a layer of graphene, or carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure, to dye-sensitized solar cells. A flexible layer of indium tin oxide and plastic is included underneath.

Graphene has unusual properties that allow electrons to move freely throughout the entire layer. According to the researchers, rainwater contains positively charged ions like ammonium, calcium and sodium. When water binds to the panel’s surface, a double-layer of positive ions and negatively charged electrons is created, which ends up producing a voltage and current.

Tests of the new solar panels have been able to produce hundreds of microvolts, which is small even compared to a standard AA battery, reports Quartz. The solar-to-electric energy conversion stood at about 7 percent, which is much lower than the 20 percent energy conversion achieved by the best solar panels on the market.

So there’s a long way to go before the new solar panels become more widely used. But more efficient future versions could mean big things for the solar industry.

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Beijing smog: Chinese capital turns to ventilation corridors to help with ‘Smogpocalypse’ – TomoNews



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BEIJING — China’s capital city is planning ventilation corridors to tackle the country’s air pollution.

Densely populated cities tend to generate more energy and waste heat. This results in a much warmer urban environment than in surrounding rural areas, according to National Geographic.

Xinhua reports that Beijing saw its worst smog spell from November to December of 2015, blocking views across the city and prompting authorities to issue a red alert warning. Measures to curb pollution have led to air quality improving only marginally, with 186 days of ‘up to par’ air quality in 2015, up 14 days from 172 in 2014, Xinhua reported, citing data from the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection.

To reduce smog, the capital is planning to build ventilation corridors. These are designed to relieve a city’s heat and pollution by improving urban wind flow.

The corridors will be created by connecting parks, rivers, lakes, highways and small building blocks. Five primary corridors — over 500 meters wide — will run from the northern suburbs to the south. Secondary corridors, measuring more than 80 meters, are also planned. The corridors will reportedly allow northern winds to blow through Beijing during severe winter smog spells.

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