Newly published research describes the development and combination of low temperature deposition and processing techniques for perovskite devices.
ZSW Stuttgart, Germany, has recently presented CIGS solar cells with conversion efficiencies up to 21.7%.
Scientists NPL have developed a new method for detecting defects in solar cells using a technique called ‘compressed sensing’.
High dielectric constant polymer solar cells found to behave as efficiently as their inorganic counterparts.
A new contactless and rapid light beam-induced current method can be used to identify defects in complex organic multilayer films.
Rate of improvement of quantum dot devices is one of the most rapid seen for a solar technology.
Ultrathin layers made of tungsten and selenium may be used as flexible, semi-transparent solar cells.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE in Freiburg, Germany has developed a new solar cell structure for crystalline silicon.
A research group has uncovered the unique structural, electronic, optical, and defect properties of halide peroveskites.
Experiments at the Vienna University of Technology can explain the behavior of electrons at tiny step edges on titanium oxide surface.