Scientists at the Australian National University have found that when hydrogen atoms are injected into the skin of a solar cell, rather than the body, the performance of the whole structure gets a significant boost.
Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has agreed to a partnership with mining giant Fortescue Metals on hydrogen exploration which it claims will support the development of new industries, create jobs and open the way for low emissions export opportunities.
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