SETP Seed Fund, Session: OPV, Sensitized, Seed (Presentation) Page: 2 of 7
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Budget and Solar America Initiative Alignment
Novel Nanocrystal-Based Solar Cells to Exploit MEG
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Project Beginning Date FY07 Budget FY08 Budget Total Budget
Jan. 2008 $0 $0.30 millions $0.30 millions
This project supports the Solar America Initiative by:
Exploring the concept of improving solar cell efficiency by generating and
collecting multiple electrons per absorbed photon for h v> 2Eg (Multiple Exciton
Generation -- MEG).
Developing PV cells based on colloidally-synthesized semiconductor
nanocrystals (NCs) which may eventually enable inexpensive and highly-
efficient devices (single absorber design can potentially exceed Shockley-
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