From pv magazine International
An international group of scientists claims to have created a high-efficiency, low-cost redox flow battery powered by perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells which combines storage and power production in one unit.
The device was developed by researchers from the Wisconsin-Madison and Utah State universities in the United States, the universities of New South Wales and Sydney in Australia, the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia and the City University of Hong Kong.
The researchers describe their device as ideal for lighting or recharging mobile phones in off-grid areas.
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