Emergence of highly transparent photovoltaics for distributed applications

@article{Traverse2017EmergenceOH,
  title={Emergence of highly transparent photovoltaics for distributed applications},
  author={Christopher J. Traverse and R. Pandey and Miles C. Barr and R. Lunt},
  journal={Nature Energy},
  year={2017},
  volume={2},
  pages={849-860}
}
Solar energy offers a viable solution to our growing energy need. While adoption of conventional photovoltaics on rooftops and in solar farms has grown rapidly in the last decade, there is still plenty of opportunity for expansion. See-through solar technologies with partial light transmission developed over the past 30 years have initiated methods of integration not possible with conventional modules. The large-scale deployment necessary to offset global energy consumption could be further… Expand

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