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07:05 PM
June 01

Researchers make series of progress in field of perovskite solar cells

To achieve the “double carbon” goals in China and worldwide, it is crucial to vigorously develop efficient and low-cost new photovoltaic technologies. Perovskite solar cells (PSCs), with their advantages of low cost, high efficiency, solution processability, and large-area preparation, have become the most commercially viable new photovoltaic devices. Although the power conversion efficiency (PCE) of PSCs has significantly increased from 3.8% to more than 26%, there is still a large gap between its theoretical efficiency (33%). At the same time, while the stability life of the device has been extended from a few minutes to thousands of hours, there is still a huge gap from the commercial standard or crystalline silicon’s service life of more than 25 years.


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