Full solution-processed Perovskite solar cells
Daniel Ramirez a
a Centro de Investigación, Innovación y Desarrollo de Materiales—CIDEMAT, Universidad de Antioquia , Medellín, Colombia.
Invited Speaker Session, Daniel Ramirez, presentation 165
Publication date: 6th February 2024

Full solution processing of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) has been one of the main enablers for commercialization of this photovoltaic technology. The utilization of versatile deposition techniques such as doctor blade and slot die facilitate uniform and large-scale fabrication, particularly suitable for roll-to-roll processing. This scalable approach not only ensures high throughput but also holds promise for reducing production costs. This can be possible if all the layers are solution processed and if the production method ensures fast processed of drying and crystallization. In the first case, the main limiting factor is the top electrode, however the alternative of having a carbon-based electrode has become a promising option, while for the second case, the use of flash infrared annealing (FIRA) allows the fabrication of PSCs within the second timescale. This talk will present the late results, including limitations and advantages of having direct and inverted PSCs manufactured by doctor blade and slot-die, aiming at having full solution processed devices.

The authors acknowledge the Colombian SGR for funding the project "Desarrollo y apropiación de tecnologías convergentes para la generación del conocimiento y la infraestructura necesarios para almacenar energía solar en forma de hidrógeno verde, así como para el uso de este vector energético a nivel nacional"

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