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A New Material for Solar Energy Conversion Devices

A New Material for Solar Energy Conversion Devices Princeton Docket # 13-2905-1 To reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of current solar energy conversion devices, researchers at Princeton University have developed a novel material with improved features. This novel material is fabricated by alloying nickel oxide (NiO) with lithium (Li) in a rocksalt...
Published: 3/30/2022   |   Inventor(s): Emily Carter, Nima Alidoust, Maytal Toroker
Keywords(s): green tech, Opto-Electronics/ELE ENG, solar cell
Category(s): Ceramics/Material Sciences, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

A New Dopant for Iron (II) Oxide-Based Solar Energy Conversion Devices: Enhanced Conductivity and Low Cost

Princeton Docket # 12-2823 Solar energy conversion devices include photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells and photocatalysts, which convert the energy of sunlight into electricity and produce fuels from carbon dioxide and water. Different materials for making the solar energy conversion devices exhibit different energy conversion efficiencies...
Published: 3/30/2022   |   Inventor(s): Emily Carter, Maytal Toroker
Keywords(s): solar cell
Category(s): Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

New Dopants for Iron (II) Oxide-Based Solar Energy Conversion Devices: Enhanced Conductivity

Princeton Docket # 12-2774 Solar energy conversion devices include photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells and photocatalysts, which convert the energy of sunlight into electricity and produce fuels from carbon dioxide and water. Different materials for making the solar energy conversion devices exhibit different energy conversion efficiencies...
Published: 3/30/2022   |   Inventor(s): Emily Carter, Maytal Toroker
Keywords(s):  
Category(s): Ceramics/Material Sciences, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering

New Iron (II) Oxide Alloys for Solar Energy Conversion Devices: Reduced Cost and Enhanced Efficiency

Princeton Docket # 12-2773 Solar energy conversion devices include photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells and photocatalysts, which convert the energy of sunlight into electricity and produce fuels from carbon dioxide and water. Solar energy conversion devices exhibit different energy conversion efficiencies and costs. Currently, the most prevalent...
Published: 3/30/2022   |   Inventor(s): Emily Carter, Maytal Toroker
Keywords(s):  
Category(s): Ceramics/Material Sciences, Mechanical/Electrical Engineering