Researchers at Radboud University in Nijmegen have set a new world record by developing a solar cell which converts 25.8% of light energy it receives into electricity, the university says on its website.
The previous record was 24.5%. Normal solar cells use about 15%. The researchers made their cell using a compound called gallium arsenide, rather than silicon.
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