Perovskite-based low-cost and high-efficiency hybrid halide solar cells

Fan, J, Jia, B and Gu, M 2014, 'Perovskite-based low-cost and high-efficiency hybrid halide solar cells', Photonics Research, vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 111-120.


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Title Perovskite-based low-cost and high-efficiency hybrid halide solar cells
Author(s) Fan, J
Jia, B
Gu, M
Year 2014
Journal name Photonics Research
Volume number 2
Issue number 5
Start page 111
End page 120
Total pages 10
Publisher Optical Society of America
Abstract A cost-effective and high-throughput material named perovskite has proven to be capable of converting 15.9% of the solar energy to electricity, compared to an efficiency of 3.8% that was obtained only four years ago. It has already outperformed most of the thin-film solar cell technologies that researchers have been studying for decades. Currently, the architecture of perovskite solar cells has been simplified from the traditional dye-sensitized solar cells to planar-heterojunction solar cells. Recently, the performance of perovskite in solar cells has attracted intensive attention and studies. Foreseeably, many transformative steps will be put forward over the coming few years. In this review, we summarize the recent exciting development in perovskite solar cells, and discuss the fundamental mechanisms of perovskite materials in solar cells and their structural evolution. In addition, future directions and prospects are proposed toward high-efficiency perovskite solar cells for practical applications.
Subject Biomedical Engineering not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Optoelectronics
Photovoltaic
Thin films
DOI - identifier 10.1364/PRJ.2.000111
Copyright notice © 2014 Chinese Laser Press
ISSN 2327-9125
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