15.1% Efficiency For Polymer Film Based Perovskite

Toshiba Corporation Claims Highest Power Conversion Efficiency For Large, Polymer-Film Based Perovskite Solar Module; 15.1% Efficiency Was Achieved For 703 cm² Large-Area Perovskite Solar Module

Japanese electronics and engineering firm Toshiba Corporation has reported having achieved 15.1% power conversion efficiency for its 703 cm² large-area perovskite solar module calling it the highest for any large, polymer-film based perovskite PV module.

Fraunhofer ISE’s Copper Plated Perovskite Cell Spin-Off

Germany’s Fraunhofer ISE Preparing To Spin-Off PV2plus As Spin-Off To Commercialize Copper Plating Technology For Silicon Solar Cells, Sans Rare Materials

German research institute Fraunhofer ISE is working on a technology to use copper plating to develop environment friendly high performance silicon solar cells without the use of rare materials as silver, which holds the potential to bring down total production cost for the industry.

Phosphate Salt To Restrain Lead From Mixing With Soil

Sustainable Perovskite Cell Production: EPFL Researchers Offer ‘Elegant & Efficient’ Solution To Prevent Lead From Perovskite Solar Cell From Seeping Into Soil & Water

The School of Basic Sciences at the Swiss Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) recommends transparent phosphate salt as a restrainer for lead from halide perovskite solar cells from getting absorbed by the soil when the solar panel stops working, breaks or gets wet.

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).

NREL Claims Advancements In Colorful Perovskites Research

NREL Broadens Thermochromic Photovoltaic Research: Brings In Colorful Perovskites To Deal With Broader Range Of Temperatures; Sees its Potential To Lower Air Conditioning Use In Buildings & Vehicles

The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) says it has achieved a breakthrough in developing a next-generation thermochromic window calling it thermochromic photovoltaic using metal halide perovskites to be used for windows that can lower the.

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