solar cell -Titanium Dioxide Raspberry Solar Cell

August 10, 2013 – 9:21 pm

** Photovoltaic cells, also called solar cells, are devices that generate electricity from light. The most common type is made from silicon in a process similar t … Video Rating: 5 / 5

** We are working to develop cell printable, high-efficiency solar along with industry partners BlueScope Steel, Innovia Films, Robert Bosch and Securency, a …

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  1. 17 Responses to “solar cell -Titanium Dioxide Raspberry Solar Cell”

  2. I actually purchased 2 other guides to building solar panels before I decided to purchase Earth4Energy Catch the method here. ABOUTSOLARCELLS.COMXA.COM make your own solar panel which can be done under $200 ABOUTSOLARCELLS.COMXA.COM

    By dimaggio david on Aug 10, 2013

  3. Well done andrew, I’ve been plugging this free energy source for a while now, but at last I’ve found someone with a working model :) ABOUTSOLARCELLS.COMXA.COM I’m looking forward to your progress reports.

    By dimaggio david on Aug 10, 2013

  4. Energy crisis? What energy crisis?
    If, in the quest for clean, renewable energy, it’s simply this easy to make dye-sensitized photoelectrochemical cells (PECs) which can then be used to produce hydrogen cheaply then what’s the problem?
    It’s like the proposal to use Carbon Dioxide to make Carbon Nitride or using the microbe Pyrococcus furiosus to make fuel or 3-hydroxypropionic acid with Carbon Dioxide.
    Have we not heard it all this before and won’t Big Oil just close down anything that works?

    By Gareth Cook on Aug 10, 2013

  5. I had an important question sir. Can the prepared dye be dipped in pomegranate juice?
    Will it give the same result?

    By Akshat Dhawan on Aug 10, 2013

  6. I had an important question sir. Can the prepared dye be dipped in pomegranate juice?
    Will it give the same result?

    By Akshat Dhawan on Aug 10, 2013

  7. the same technique would work for a bigger cell or it would be more efficient on even smaller cells but on a array. I think the efficiency per area would be greater on very small cells, even if it collects very little amount of electrons, I think the internal resistance will be less than on a big coating layer on a bigger cell. But there’s no way to be sure unless experimenting.

    By victornpb on Aug 10, 2013

  8. thank you for giving great knowledge sir…
    sir i need your help to build step step guide to making own solar cell …
    just tell me the material ,chemicals,hardware tools that you have used in that …!

    once again thanking you.
    

    By saddam mulla on Aug 10, 2013

  9. That is a drop of triiodide solution being added to the edges of the plate. Capillary action will cause the KI3 solution to travel between the two plates. The KI3 electrolyte solution consists of 0.5 M KI and 0.05 M I2 in anhydrous ethylene glycol.

    By Mrsec Ieg on Aug 11, 2013

  10. I like your video, I have a question though. What exactly did you use at step 11, is it just regular iodine and what is the use of it?

    By Haakdezeekoe on Aug 11, 2013

  11. Wow how exciting. Solar-powered mobiles, laptops, etc.. I am guessing that they complement existing silicon panels re household electricity use- lights BUt could they be used on all our appliances so no need for ac/dc power anymore?

    By Samantha Gerada on Aug 11, 2013

  12. You guys should be very aware that corporations do not want this technology. If you truly want to give it to the people, for the people I highly suggest that you invest in a online store.

    By AIuminum on Aug 11, 2013

  13. Let me know if I can help create a local market. This is something I am quite passionate about… even though my science career is around genetics! :)

    By APrinceinHiding on Aug 11, 2013

  14. I am completely in support of this. Are you using Bucky balls and carbon nanotubules? Are you using silicon at all? I would love to get this going in my neighborhood.. I would love to get this up on the Siding of neighbor’s houses…as well as the roof. I would love to help entire neighborhoods at a time OFF the grid…and put the ON the grid…selling energy to it…..as well as storing energy for dark days when local power goes out due to some storm.

    By APrinceinHiding on Aug 11, 2013

  15. This is tieh technology that makes our industry run., If you want this type of technology we can provide it.

    By Richard Viers on Aug 11, 2013

  16. Hi, the shot with the photocopier at the end is a little joke but we are using standard printers, as shown throughout the rest of the video, to produce our cells. You can find out more at: csiro(dot)au(slash)FlexibleElectronics

    By FlexElectronixx on Aug 11, 2013

  17. Love it!!

    By slugUlon on Aug 11, 2013

  18. Without a narrative it’s difficult to ascertain, but did I see a standard paper printer print a solar cell? Where can I get more information?

    By opensourcedeveloper on Aug 11, 2013

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