Perovskite is a crystalline mineral that occurs naturally somewhere out in the Ural mountains. Lab-grown perovskite variations are relatively inexpensive and easy to synthesize. That, combined with unique optical superpowers, has made perovskite solar cells the subject of many research papers and R&D dollars.
According to CleanTechnica, in the latest development, the EU’s Solliance solar cell research organization birthed a new consortium called EPKI, the European Perovskite Initiative, and tasked it with facilitating “joint-research programs and synergies among universities, institutes and companies” to advance the cause of perovskite solar cells.
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