Scientists have spent decades searching for a safe alternative to the flammable liquid electrolytes used in lithium-ion batteries.
Now three Stanford engineers have developed a technology that improves on solar panel performance by exploiting this basic phenomenon.
Certificate in Energy Innovation – ( Solar Thermal Magazine) The world’s growing interest in electric vehicles as well as solar and alternative energy sources has been one of the hottest topics in the past couple…
Stanford has created a new program that aims to help these professionals gain competitive advantage with online education they can apply immediately in their work.
Silicon solar cells generate electricity by absorbing photons of visible and infrared light, while perovskite cells harvest only the visible part of the solar spectrum where the photons have more energy.
A new solar team and a new car will compete in the next World Solar Challenge in October 2015.