Dyesol recently secured a £800,000 ($1.05 million) grant by the U.K.’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for the continued research in the optimization of charge carrier mobility in nanoporous metal oxide films and will enable the Australian organic cell developer to better understand the impact of halide modified titania on Perovskite cell performance.

The EPSRC is the U.K.’s main agency for funding research in engineering and the physical sciences, and this grant will be delivered specifically to Dyesol UK, Cristal and the University of York. The grant monies will, Dyesol said, help support better understanding of the chemistry of the improved electron capture and transport technique.

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