>From their video, it looks like they were trying to find a way to eliminate
electron recombination in the silicon lattice to improve efficiency.  They
may be planning to do that with fields created with the pyroelectric
films.  Since the typical delta T from front to back in the panel is 26C,
there is the opportunity to have a pyroelectric film to generate a field
for use in their function.  In the mean time, they may be applying the bias
with an electrical circuit to model the effects of the pyroelectric film on
the panel efficiency (in the manner they developed to eliminate the
electron recombination).

It is interesting technology.  If they are able to simulate, what would
keep them from deploying the electronic method?

On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 3:57 PM, Jones Beene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote:

> Stephen,
> I’m not sure the E field is static. It could look more like electronic
> noise. The inventor – Kumar - also has other patent apps which indicate the
> way he is going.
> 20150108851 *Photovoltaic systems with shaped high frequency electric
> pulses*
> At least one photovoltaic (PV) cell comprising a semiconductor material
> having p-n junctions formed therein, and configured to generate a PV output
> voltage in response to light; and a pulse generator coupled to receive a PV
> output voltage and generate electric output pulses therefrom.
> 20150107644 *Photovoltaic efficiency using high frequency electric pulses*
> A system can include at least one solar cell comprising a semiconductor
> material having p-n junctions formed therein; and a pulse generator
> electrically coupled to the solar cell and configured to apply electric
> pulses to dynamically alter a band gap of the semiconductor material as
> photons are received

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