Solar energy has the potential to provide seemingly unlimited power to the world. Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) provides materials for solar energy research projects in many universities and companies.
For example, we offer rhenium, which has broad application prospects on solar cells as a photosensitive dye that absorbs solar energy. Copper indium gallium selenide thin-film solar cells offer low production cost, low pollution, and good performance under low light. The photoelectric conversion efficiency ranks first among various thin-film solar cells and is internationally known as a very promising new thin-film solar cell.