Hi all, i am relative new here and i have an enquiry which i really wish to see if anyone can help me out with this. From my understanding, photovoltaic cell works by using photons from light to generate eletricity. From what i know is that the lower the wavelength of light, the higher is the photon energy. So does it mean that with intensity remaining constant, lower wavelength will generate a higher amount of voltage and current using the photovoltaic cell? In other words, to have the same amount of voltage and current from the photovoltaic cell i can either use a high wavelength light with high intensity or a lower wavelength light with lower intensity. Am i right to say that? Thank you so much peeps!