Addressing the stability issue in halide perovskite solar cells
Halide perovskite solar cells are a promising alternative to silicon-based solar cells. However, a critical issue that has impeded their marketability is the lack of results on their stability and the scarce reproducibility between groups. This is because of how composition variations affect perovskite properties and also due to the lack of control of the precise composition. The EU-funded PERSOPASS project therefore aims to address this stability issue. It will use a straightforward microfluidic-based strategy in which the composition of halide perovskite crystals is set by the contact with continuously flowing precursor or dopant solutions. Any dependence on the fabrication process will be eliminated once a steady state is reached. The project’s work will help to advance halide perovskite solar panel technology.
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- /natural sciences/physical sciences/electromagnetism and electronics/optoelectronics
- /natural sciences/physical sciences/classical mechanics/fluid mechanics/microfluidics
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