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Organic Photovoltaics = Cheaper Energy

South Dakota State University research scientists are working with new materials that can make devices used for converting sunlight to electricity cheaper and more efficient. The objective is find new materials and novel device structures for cost-effective photovoltaic devices. Research at SDSU is focused on new materials with variable band gaps

Read more about the research in South Dakota State News.


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