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Docket NumberTitleKeywordsPublic Release Date
1S17-009Renewable Electricity and Hydrogen Fuel Generation with Switchable Photoelectrochemical CellKeywords11/30/2017
2S16-418Broadband, polarization-independent, omnidirectional, metamaterial-based antireflection coating for solar cellsKeywords10/26/2017
3S09-229Efficient, Light-Absorbing Nanowire Antenna Solar Cells and DetectorsKeywords9/25/2017
4S08-236Thermally Enhanced Photoemission for Solar Energy HarvestingKeywords8/7/2017
5S13-238Efficient High-temperature Photoelectrochemical CellKeywords8/7/2017
6S17-075Alloyed halide double perovskites as solar-cell absorbersKeywords6/19/2017
7S16-376Ultrafast, scalable fabrication of mechanically robust perovskite filmsKeywords4/4/2017
8S15-455Metal-halide double perovskites as solar-cell absorbersKeywords10/17/2016
9S12-243Ultra thin film nanostructured solar cellKeywords11/10/2015
10S12-217MEMS-Based Thermionic Energy Converter for AC Power OutputKeywords1/21/2015
11S08-027Quantum Dot Solar Cell with quantum dot size gradients and light captureKeywords1/5/2015
12S14-189A Layered Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cell Absorber with Enhanced Moisture StabilityKeywords10/6/2014
13S12-299High efficiency thermal radiation extraction for thermophotovoltaic cells, efficient heating and other applicationsKeywords7/17/2014
14S12-012Nanostructured material for high efficiency single junction solar cellsKeywords4/28/2014


  

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