BSolar, a startup company from Israel, is known to unveil its energy saving and cost-effective solar panels. The company has recently announced a range of dual sided solar cells to achieve the goal of boosting the process of energy absorption from reflective rays of sunlight.
According to the company CEO Yossi Kofman the cells came into existence after a long-term research by the engineers and experts of the company. The bifacial cells work more effectively due to Boron coat present on both sides, instead of traditional Aluminum layerings. Boron coating has been preferred because experimentally it has proven to reduce the risk of damage on fragile silicon wafers, thus, improving the overall efficiency of the cells.
The company claims that if the panels are installed vertically, then the user can end up saving up to 50% extra solar energy with their invention. It showcased its double sided silicon cells at a German trade show last month and also officially announced to unveil a 730 kilowatt project in Japan very soon.
Previously, Massachusetts Institute of Technology had fore-fronted some of the impressively designed towering, multi-angled concertina models with 20 times more energy conventions than ordinary solar cells. But unluckily those could not catch the commercial markets due to their high cost.