28.7% Efficiency Reported For 4T Tandem Solar Cell

Solliance, TNO, Imec/EnergyVille & Eindhoven University Of Technology Achieve 18.6% Efficiency For Highly Near Infrared Transparent Perovskite Solar Cell, Leading To 28.7% Combined Efficiency For Perovskite-Silicon Tandem Cell

European thin film solar PV research organization Solliance along with partners has claimed to have achieved 28.7% combined efficiency for a perovskite and crystalline silicon tandem solar cell, and 27% for a perovskite and CIGS tandem cell.

HZB Team Aiming To Exceed 30% Tandem Cell Efficiency

Having Achieved 29.15% Efficiency For Perovskite & Silicon Tandem Solar Cell, HZB Researchers & Partners Confident Of Exceeding 30% Milestone

In January 2020, Germany’s Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin (HZB) researchers claimed a record efficiency level of 29.15% for a perovskite and silicon tandem solar cell hailed as the highest ever efficiency level achieved for these cells (see Perovskite Tandem Cell 29.15% Efficiency Record).

30.2% Efficiency For Bifacial Tandem Solar Cell

Energy Research Centre Of Netherlands & Solliance Claim 30.2% ‘Equivalent’ Power Conversion Efficiency For Bifacial Tandem c-Si/Perovskite Cell; Now Aim For 35% Efficiency Within 3 To 5 Years

ECN says to achieve the ‘equivalent’ efficiency level of 30.2%, the bifacial tandem device used a 4-terminal configuration, having separate circuits for the top and bottom cells that allow for ‘dynamic finetuning and optimization of the energy yield’.

25.4% Conversion Efficiency For Tandem Solar Cell

Arizona State University & University Of Nebraska-Lincoln Achieve 25.4% Power Conversion Efficiency For Perovskite-Silicon Tandem Solar Cell By Adding Chemicals To Perovskite Percursor Solution

A team of researchers from the Arizona State University’s (ASU) Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced it achieved a 25.4% efficiency for a tandem solar cell stack of perovskite and silicon.

25.5% Efficiency For Perovskite-Si Tandem PV Cells

Germany’s Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie Research Centre Claims 25.5% Conversion Efficiency For Perovskite Silicon Tandem Solar Cells Using Polymer Light Management Foil

A team of researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB) research centre in Germany, say they have achieved 25.5% efficiency for perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells, which they claim is the highest published value till date.

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