Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation of Japan has developed a new type of solar cell, which is expected to be listed in 2013.
Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation of Japan has recently developed an organic solar cell. The product can be installed on the outer wall of the building to effectively use the vertical space, and get rid of the restrictions on the configuration of the roof solar system panel. It is expected to be launched in 2013
the raw materials used in this solar cell are organic semiconductors extracted from petroleum and other substances, rather than the traditional crystalline system. It is lighter and thinner than the ordinary roof solar panel, which is then hot stretched into a material with a diameter of 2.85 mm, and the conversion efficiency can reach 11%. According to the introduction, combined with the demand of cosmetics packaging detection and utilization, in the future, only 1-2 skyscrapers with good sunshine need to be configured to obtain the power supply of large-scale solar power plants. It can supply 80 watts of electricity per square meter. Although the conversion efficiency is not as good as the current solar panels (14%~15%), it does not need to reduce the degree of automation to the corresponding value. With a heavy glass substrate, the production cost is only 1/10 of the current advantage of solar panels, which has great market potential
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