Thin film tandem perovskite solar cell pushes record: Page 2 of 2

September 24, 2018 //By Nick Flaherty
Thin film tandem perovskite solar cell pushes record
imec in Belgium has developed a four-terminal thin-film tandem solar cell with a record efficiency of 24.6 percent using a perovskite top layer, opening up the use of the technology for solar films.
towards larger modules. Moreover, we will also look into developing solutions for 2-terminal cells because of their importance to the PV industry. In the end, it’s the adoption of our results by our industrial partners that’s important.”

“We owe the record efficiency to two factors,” said Prof. Dr. Michael Powalla, member of the board and head of the Photovoltaics Division at ZSW. “On the one hand to the improved perovskite cell, on the other hand to one of the world’s best efficiencies for CIGS cells. There are several parameters of the CIGS cell which we can optimize with regard to its combination with the perovskite top cell. Thus, we expect even better efficiency values in the future, paving the way to further cost reductions.”

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