100th blog post

The CSIRO Solar blog has made it to 100 posts, and we’ve celebrated it by doing what we do best: harvesting power from the sun.

Photovoltaics research scientist Greg Wilson fabricated this dye sensitised solar cell in CSIRO’s Newcastle lab and I think you’ll agree it’s a pretty great way to commemorate our achievement and show off the technology at the same time.

Click through the pictures below for more details of the fabrication process.

We plan to show you this process in more detail in future posts of the blog.

We’ll also be posting ‘100 facts about solar at CSIRO’ over these next few weeks, so keep an eye out for them.


One Comment on “100th blog post”

  1. Carol Saab says:

    Reblogged this on News @ CSIRO and commented:

    A congrats to our friends over at Solar @ CSIRO for writing 100 posts! Great video of the solar cell being made. Nifty Christmas gift perhaps?


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