NSF Awards $450,000 to UNH and Conductive Compounds Inc. for Solar Panel Innovation

NSF Awards $450,000 to UNH and Conductive Compounds Inc. for Solar Panel Innovation

Sep 12, 2012

UNH researchers Dale Barkey (chemical engineering) and Xiaowei Teng (chemical engineering) and their partner Don Banfield (CEO) of Conductive Compounds Inc. in Hudson, NH, recently received $450,000 from the National Science Foundation to help produce more conductive and cost-effective solar panels. The three-year grant, under the GOALI (Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry) program, will support the engineering of nanoparticles of silver suitable for screen-printing onto photovoltaic solar panels.

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