Solar Cells : In Research and Applications — A Review

@inproceedings{Sharma2015SolarC,
  title={Solar Cells : In Research and Applications — A Review},
  author={Shruti Sharma and Kamlesh Kumar Jain and Ashutosh Sharma},
  year={2015}
}
The light from the Sun is a non-vanishing renewable source of energy which is free from environmental pollution and noise. It can easily compensate the energy drawn from the non-renewable sources of energy such as fossil fuels and petroleum deposits inside the earth. The fabrication of solar cells has passed through a large number of improvement steps from one generation to another. Silicon based solar cells were the first generation solar cells grown on Si wafers, mainly single crystals… CONTINUE READING

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