Panasonic hails new world record with super-efficient solar cell

Madeleine Cuff
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Panasonic hails new world record with super-efficient solar cell

Japanese electronics maker claims new solar panel can deliver conversion efficiency of more than 23 per cent

Japanese electronics giant Panasonic today announced it has officially created the world's most efficient crystalline silicon-based solar module, in a technological breakthrough that could deliver more...

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