Recently, research on hybrid organometal halide perovskites for photovoltaic applications has delivered impressive growth in power conversion effi ciencies (PCEs) with a current certifi ed record of 17.9% and growing. [ 1–6 ] Key advantages of perovskites devices, together with high PCEs, are represented by the ease of the solution processing steps and their low temperature (<140 °C). [ 7,8 ] These values enable the fabrication on plastic substrates, [ 9 ] compatible with a continuous roll-toroll manufacturing which can potentially contribute to dramatically lower the production costs of large area modules. [ 10 ] Moreover, fl exible devices can also be conformed to curved surfaces to enhance power conversion densities. [ 11,12 ]

DI GIACOMO, F., Zardetto, V., D'Epifanio, A., Pescetelli, S., Matteocci, F., Razza, S., et al. (2015). Flexible perovskite photovoltaic modules and solar cells based on atomic layer deposited compact layers and UV-irradiated TiO<inf>2</inf> scaffolds on plastic substrates. ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS, 5(8) [10.1002/aenm.201401808].

Flexible perovskite photovoltaic modules and solar cells based on atomic layer deposited compact layers and UV-irradiated TiO2 scaffolds on plastic substrates

DI GIACOMO, FRANCESCO;ZARDETTO, VALERIO;D'EPIFANIO, ALESSANDRA;PESCETELLI, SARA;Matteocci, F;DI CARLO, ALDO;LICOCCIA, SILVIA;BROWN, THOMAS MEREDITH
2015

Abstract

Recently, research on hybrid organometal halide perovskites for photovoltaic applications has delivered impressive growth in power conversion effi ciencies (PCEs) with a current certifi ed record of 17.9% and growing. [ 1–6 ] Key advantages of perovskites devices, together with high PCEs, are represented by the ease of the solution processing steps and their low temperature (<140 °C). [ 7,8 ] These values enable the fabrication on plastic substrates, [ 9 ] compatible with a continuous roll-toroll manufacturing which can potentially contribute to dramatically lower the production costs of large area modules. [ 10 ] Moreover, fl exible devices can also be conformed to curved surfaces to enhance power conversion densities. [ 11,12 ]
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HALIDE PEROVSKITE; LOW-TEMPERATURE; EFFICIENCY; PERFORMANCE; STABILITY; ROUTE; FILMS
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DI GIACOMO, F., Zardetto, V., D'Epifanio, A., Pescetelli, S., Matteocci, F., Razza, S., et al. (2015). Flexible perovskite photovoltaic modules and solar cells based on atomic layer deposited compact layers and UV-irradiated TiO<inf>2</inf> scaffolds on plastic substrates. ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS, 5(8) [10.1002/aenm.201401808].
DI GIACOMO, F; Zardetto, V; D'Epifanio, A; Pescetelli, S; Matteocci, F; Razza, S; DI CARLO, A; Licoccia, S; Kessels, W; Creatore, M; Brown, Tm
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