Ireland and the United Kingdom and the United States jointly
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Photovoltaic technology is a technology that uses semiconductor materials to convert light into electrical energy. At present, outdoor solar photovoltaic technology has been widely promoted. In May 2020, Ireland, the United States, and the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland launched a new scientific research cooperation to study the next generation of solar cell technology and develop photovoltaic (PV) devices that convert indoor light sources into electrical energy. This new cooperation project focuses on applying the latest With its manufacturing technology and photovoltaic data, indoor lighting is converted into electrical energy through solar panels, effectively reducing the battery life requirements of instruments and equipment.
The project is funded by the Science Foundation of Ireland (SFI) and the National Science Foundation (NSF), etc., with a funding amount of 1.9 million euros, and is jointly undertaken by 5 universities in 3 countries for a period of two years. Participating research organizations include SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing at Dublin City University (SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing), SFI Photonic Integration Research Centre (IPIC) at Tyndall National Institute in Ireland, Arizona State University (ASU) Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technology ( QESST) Engineering Research Center, University of Ulster Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Center (NIBEC) and MIT Optoelectronics Research Laboratory.