University of Sydney

Flexible Steel Substrate Boosts Efficiency of Tandem Solar Cell
Breakthrough in solar technology: Flexible steel substrate boosts efficiency to 18.1% in new perovskite-CIGS tandem cell. A game-changer in photovoltaics!
Apr 5, 2024 // Technology, solar cell, efficiency, University of New South Wales, University of Sydney, Microsolar, MiaSolé Hi-Tech Corp
17.1% Efficient Steel Perovskite Solar Cells
Australian researchers develop record-breaking PSC on steel with 17.1% efficiency, leveraging ITO interlayer, SnO2 ETL, and OABra passivation strategy.
Aug 25, 2023 // Technology, UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY, University of New South Wales, perovskite solar cell, University of Sydney, Macquarie University
Sun Repairs Space Solar Cells
Discover how researchers from the University of Sydney achieved 100% efficiency in perovskite solar cells after being damaged by proton radiation in low Earth orbit. Learn about their innovative combination of hole transport material and dopant, plus the discovery of fluorine diffusion being the cause of cell degradation.
Jul 19, 2023 // Technology, efficiency, perovskite solar cell, University of Sydney
Researchers Driving Tandem Solar Cells to Mass Production by Reaching 30% Efficiency
Researchers from Australia and Germany set a new record with a 30.3% efficient perovskite and silicon tandem solar cell, funding by ARENA. Stay up to date with the latest Solar Energy news.
Feb 13, 2023 // Technology, Germany, Australia, Europe, solar cell, Oceania, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, efficiency, Monash University, ANU, Australian National University, Flinders University, University of Sydney
University of Sydney's project with SunDrive on commercializing perovskite-silicon cells secures ARENA funding
University of Sydney's Professor Anita Ho-Baillie is joining forces with Sydney-based renewable technology firm SunDrive to commercialize perovskite-silicon cells, with support from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) of AUD$ 2.78 million (over USD$ 1.9 million).
Jan 4, 2023 // Technology, Anita Ho-Baillie, University of Sydney, perovskite-silicon cells, David McKenzie, Jianghui Zheng, Arafat Mahmud