UCLA chemists devise technology that could transform solar energy storage

June 18, 2015
The scientists devised a new arrangement of solar cell ingredients, with bundles of polymer donors (green rods) and neatly organized fullerene acceptors (purple, tan).
The scientists devised a new arrangement of solar cell ingredients, with bundles of polymer donors (green rods) and neatly organized fullerene acceptors (purple, tan).
UCLA Chemistry

Sarah Tolbert and Ben Schultz (Chemistry and California Nanosystems Institute) developed a new technology that enables solar cells to store energy for up to several weeks. This technology would help the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge get closer to its goal of 100% renewable energy

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