DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Plasmonic Solar Cells" report to their offering.

The Sun, believed by the mankind to be just a mere centerpiece of the solar system in which we live is in reality not just a unit but an entire symphonic system which was in place much before the first humans ever walked on planet earth. This system which has been the primary energy source for origin of life on earth is in fact very well adequately positioned by nature to fulfill the needs of energy for humans for many more centuries to come.

The promising field of plasmonics has yielded methods for guiding and localizing light at the nanoscale. Now plasmonics researchers are turning their attention to photovoltaics, where design approaches based on plasmonics can be used to improve absorption in photovoltaic devices, permitting a considerable reduction in the physical thickness of solar photovoltaic absorber layers, and yielding new options for solar cell design.

Due to a combination of the resonant plasmonic properties of metallic nanoparticles with thin-film photovoltaic technology, a new generation of plasmonic solar cell has evolved with similar performance to silicon cells but at potentially a fraction of the cost.

Today, plasmonic solar cells are emerging as promising candidates amongst many solar energy technologies spurring continuing research to improve device performance.

Aruvian's R'search's report Analyzing Plasmonic Solar Cells earmarks the immense potential that this technology holds for the future of mankind and the crucial impact it will have on the process of introduction of solar energy into large scale arenas of the industrialized economies.

Aruvian's R'search's report on Plasmonic Solar Cells initiates with a strong theoretical understanding of the Solar Cell system and their subsequent propagation into photovoltaic systems including their applications derived from generational leaps as first to third generation cells.

Aruvian's R'search's report also devotes an entire in depth section to the technical aspects of Plasmonic Solar Cells systems including their history as well as mechanism, general operation principles and the new innovations in architecture design of Plasmonic Solar Cells which have opened up new markets for solar power systems. These are further explained in the efficient design choices of various configurations and new ideas contributed in this field.