Silver is Used in around 85–90% of Crystalline Silicon PV Cells

Date: 2015-09-10

“• Silver occurs mainly in its pure form, as a minor constituent in the ores of copper, lead and zinc, as well as in minerals such as argentite and chlorargyrite. 

• Silver is used in around 85–90% of crystalline silicon PV cells, which are the most common form of solar cells with roughly 2.8 million ounces of silver required to generate 1 GW of solar power.

• Growth is driven by significant and varied scope of application for silver, ranging from its use as a catalyst in the production of chemicals to its use in electronic products, solar panels, brazing and soldering, photographic films, medicines, mirrors and glasses. “

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