Michael J Quinn, accomplished and innovative Landscape Photographer dedicated to inspiring people to visit the natural wonders of the world through his images. Michael depicts landscapes as truly immense places to explore, but yet engages and draws the audience into his diverse images and has been lauded for his body of work and his personal style.
“I’m working on improving the photoelectric conversion efficiency of photovoltaic cells by changing the properties of nanomaterials. I believe solar power is the best way to address the future energy crisis. We also need to reduce the cost of solar cells so even people with low income could afford them. Currently, silicon is one of the best materials for solar cells but because of the great demand, its price is very high. Dye-sensitized solar cells are a lot cheaper. We just need to improve their photoelectric conversion efficiency.”
Improve and restructure… :P it’s like saying a colored incandescent light is as efficient as an led.