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2016 IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON) and Ohio Innovation Summit (OIS)
The continuing rise in demand for energy places a similarly increasing demand to improve power production methods and efficiency. In regards to solar power generation, one major limiting factor with existing photovoltaic (PV) systems is the management of heat produced and photon interactions with the PV device. Typical devices operate within the 300-1000 nm range of the solar spectrum, greatly limiting the range of photons used for power generation. Furthermore, since infrared light (>1200nm)doi:10.1109/naecon.2016.7856827 fatcat:cgz32baafnhozngaaukr4lggby