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Global Research Report on Miniature Solar Cells has announced the availability of a market research report titled, “Global Market for Miniature Solar Cells 2008-2012” in its catalogue.

Miniature solar cells are solar cells that can power grid applications, microelectronics and consumer electronic devices such as MP3 players and calculators. They also power mini solar panels used in a wide range of applications that include supplying power to mobile handsets, chargers and lamps to integration into disaster recovery and building surfaces.

These miniature solar cells are characteristically thin-film solar cells based on materials such as Amorphous-Silicon (a-Si), Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) and Copper Indium Gallium Selenide (CIGS). With advancements in technology, it is possible to develop organic solar cells with attributes similar to miniature solar cells. Moreover, the low-cost photovoltaic cells use organic electronic materials enabling easy application on flexible materials.

Global Market for Miniature Solar Cells 2008-2012 highlights the key trends in the market while segmenting the market by type of material, applications and geographic regions.


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