Rochester Institute of Technology professor receives DOE grant to develop low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells

A Rochester Institute of Technology professor received a grant from the Department of Energy to research ways to develop low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells. Professor Seth Hubbard received nearly $400,000 from the DOE to attempt to dramatically reduce the cost of high-efficiency solar cells by using a process called spalling to make the substrates solar cells…

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