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What is photovoltaic?
The generation of voltage by a material that is exposed to light in the visible and invisible ranges.
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2009-04-27 IMEC, Cytec aim to extend organic PV life
Cytec Industries Inc. and IMEC have together to develop a commercially viable technology for organic photovoltaic devices with enhanced stability and extended lifetime.
2009-10-07 IMEC to house Kaneka's photovoltaic lab
IMEC and Kaneka embark on bilateral R&D cooperation to develop 1GW solar cells by 2015.
2010-06-21 IMEC cuts down germanium-based TPV cell costs
IMEC is offering an improved processing technique for germanium-based thermophotovoltaic (TPV) cells resulting in reduction of cell cost, an essential step to develop a market for TPV applications.
2008-08-18 IIC-Taiwan: New take on IC design
If you think Taiwan is missing in semiconductor action, think again. It may not be generating as much buzz as mainland China, India or Vietnam, but there is no denying that Taiwan is still a prime destination for key industry players.
2013-01-10 Identifying prospects in green power
There are many opportunities in energy harvesting for use in green power alternative energies.
2008-06-18 IBM, TOK to bring low-cost solar cells to market
Tokyo Ohka Kogyo Co. Ltd IBM are have partnered to develop new, low-cost methods for bringing the next generation of solar energy products to market.
2008-01-25 Honeywell, industry group collaborate on flexible electronics
An agreement to develop materials to prevent short circuits for flexible electronics has been forged between Honeywell International and the U.S. Display Consortium.
2009-10-06 High-energy Li-ion battery module touts 58Ah at 25.2V
Panasonic Corp. has developed a 1.5kWh battery module that provides energy storage solutions for a wide range of environmentally friendly energy technologies.
2010-05-25 Groups tout low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells
Fraunhofer Institute and the University of Illinois have separately claimed breakthroughs in solar cell production.
2009-02-11 Green tech to fuel IC innovation
Green technology will drive semiconductor innovations in and beyond silicon across a wide variety of applications, according to Rene Penning de Vries, chief technology officer of NXP Semiconductors.
2013-11-06 Graphene holds potential to yield terahertz lasers
Despite its lack of a bandgap, Max Planck researchers were able to demonstrate population inversion in graphene at terahertz frequencies after exciting it with an infrared laser.
2009-10-01 French solar market gets partnership, VC boost
Several initiatives have emerged to foster solar energy in France from energy companies, solar cell manufacturer, material and equipment supplier, academic research and VC firms.
2013-06-06 Fraunhofer, EV Group work on direct wafer bonding for solar cells
Fraunhofer ISE collaborated with EV Group to develop equipment and process technology to enable electrically conductive and optically transparent direct wafer bonds at room temperature.
2013-07-25 Flexible glass finds potential in energy storage
A new use for glass is being developed by researchers in Penn State that could make future hybrid-electric and plug-in electric vehicles more affordable and reliable.
2010-11-09 Flash lamp-based sintering process wins patent
U.S. patent office grants NovaCentrix patent for flash lamp sintering of metal-based inks and materials
2005-10-03 Energy-harvesting chips: The quest for everlasting life
Research continues in developing higher energy-density batteries, but the amount of energy available is low and finite.
2013-10-03 Energy harvesting: Get something from nothing
Here are the answers to questions of embedded developers using wireless sensor networks.
2013-12-27 Energy harvesting market to hit $4.2B by 2019
Researchmoz revealed that the growth of the market is anticipated to be based on demand for micro power generation that can be used to charge thin film batteries.
2009-03-05 Energy efficiency center rises in Dresden
German research organization Fraunhofer Gesellschaft and the Technical University of Dresden have established the Energy Efficiency Innovation Center.
2002-08-05 EMCORE to design solar array for CRYOSAT
EMCORE Corp. has received a contract to design and develop a solar array to power the CRYOSAT satellite, a project of ASTRIUM for the European Space Agency.
2006-09-08 Emcore sells GELcore shares to GE for $100M
Emcore Corp. announced that it has sold its 49 percent membership interest in GELcore LLC to the Lighting operations of GE Consumer & Industrial, a division of General Electric for $100 million
2010-02-09 Emcore forms fiber optics JV with China firm
Emcore Corp. has entered into a share purchase agreement to create a joint venture with Tangshan Caofeidian Investment Corp., a China investment company in Caofeidian Industry Zone
2011-11-16 Embedded die tech-based 3D package unveiled
ChipletT and ChipsetT enable packaging in the sub-250?m range, up to 50 percent less than alternative embedded die solutions, the companies claimed.
2010-11-01 Electronics industry analysts see mixed omens
The year 2010 is almost over, and the outlook is cloudy for the remaining months, heading into 2011.
2008-07-23 Efforts heat up in bid to draw investors on energy apps
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is making beefing up efforts to attract entrepreneurs at early stages to commercialize renewable energy concepts.
2003-05-20 ECD takes full control of Bekaert photovoltaic ventures
Energy Conversion Devices Inc. has acquired all of N.V. Bekaert S.A.'s interests in the photovoltaic joint ventures United Solar Systems Corp. and Bekaert ECD Solar Systems LLC.
2011-05-18 E-mobility gets new key enabling tech
Advancements in electromobility are in process as a new key enabling technology surfaced.
2013-05-14 Digital cameras mimic visual prowess of bugs
Researchers from UIUC created digital cameras touting wide-angle fields of view, with low aberrations, high acuity to motion and nearly infinite depth of field similar to those of bees and mantises.
2012-07-23 Demand increase for solar module regulates price decline trend
The 2H2012 sees the moderation of price declines for photovoltaic modules, easing the instability of the solar industry.
2009-02-18 Computer science needs overhaul
According to computer science professor Randy Katz, next-generation computers need to be designed to meet the energy efficiency needs of growing data centers and the power grid needs to evolve to be more like the Internet.
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