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TI selects G24i as energy harvest partner

5/27/2011 01:09 PM EDT
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re: TI selects G24i as energy harvest partner
Silicon_Smith   5/30/2011 3:08:53 PM
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Another smart acquisition by TI building on its already strong portfolio for green technologies.. clubbing it with the MSP portfolio...

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re: TI selects G24i as energy harvest partner
parity   5/29/2011 2:08:08 AM
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"the panel will harvest energy in low light conditions indoors." This is a distinct advantage of the DSSC technology - it does not have to hop the large bandgap of silicon before it starts generating electricity, although the efficiency is currently lower than that of silicon cells.

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