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Stable tandem perovskite solar cells based on new cross-linked electron transport layers

Chemistry Condensed matter physics, chemistry & nanosciences


Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have become a trending technology in photovoltaic research due to a rapid increase in efficiency in recent years. In 2020, a record efficiency of 25.5% close from Shockley-Queisser theoretical limit of 30% was reported. Tandem solar cells offer an alternative to go beyond but stability still remains an issue.

In our project, we will bring together our complementary expertise in molecular and macromolecular syntheses, thin film morphology tuning and cell device engineering to improve the stability of highly efficient inverted perovskite cells using new electron transport layers (ETL) with high electron mobility and high stability. We will design and synthesize new n-type fullerene free semiconductors. Introduction of cross-linkable groups will lead to stabilized ETLs by thermally-induced cross-linking after film formation. The efficiency and stability of these ETLs will be finally evaluated through their incorporation in tandem configuration.


Institut rayonnement et matière de Saclay
Service Nanosciences et Innovation pour les Materiaux, la Biomédecine et l’Energie
Laboratoire Innovation, Chimie des Surfaces Et Nanosciences
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