Monolithic perovskite-silicon solar cell with 20% effectiveness via new lamination method
The solar cell accomplished an open-circuit voltage of 1.75 V, a short-circuit present density of 15.5 mA cm − 2, and a fill element of 73.6%. It was likewise able to retain 93% of its first performance after 100 hrs at a temperature of 80 C.
Jul 26, 2022 // Technology, Germany, Europe, solar cell, KIT, perovskite-silicon
Perovskite-silicon tandem solar cell with 23.5% performance
United States and South Korean scientists claim to have actually achieved a power conversion performance of 23.50% in a perovskite-silicon tandem solar cell developed with a special distinctive anti-reflective layer (ARC) polymeric film. The cell is likewise able to maintain 91% of its first effectiveness after 120 hours.
Jul 19, 2022 // Technology, USA, South Korea, Asia, solar cell, North America, efficiency, UNIST, perovskite-silicon
Inverted perovskite-silicon tandem solar cell with 29.3% effectiveness
Researchers in Saudi Arabia have built an inverted perovskite-silicon tandem device with a 1 nm thick interlayer based on magnesium fluoride (MgFx). They declare it can quit voltage losses and boost power conversion performance, while preserving 95.4% of its initial performance after 1,000 hrs.
Jun 29, 2022 // Technology, Saudi Arabia, Asia, efficiency, KAUST, perovskite-silicon, solar sell
New making strategy for 26%- effective tandem perovskite solar cell
UNITED STATE researchers have actually shown a perovskite-silicon tandem cell they assert has reduced reflectance losses and also solid capacity for business manufacturing. The tandem style includes a production procedure including the solution-based blading of perovskites onto distinctive silicon wafers.
Apr 20, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing News, USA, solar cell, perovskite, North America, efficiency, perovskite-silicon, Arizona State University
Concentrate on the downsides: A brand-new course to extremely effective tandem cells
Researchers in the U.S. and also South Korea have actually recognized what could be a brand-new course to high-efficiency perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells. With design adversely billed bits in the passivation layer, the team made a tandem cell with 26.7% performance. With more tweaks to the silicon layer they anticipate to be able to exceed 30%.
Mar 31, 2020 // Technology, USA, NREL, South Korea, Asia, solar cell, North America, perovskite-silicon, Kai Zhu