21.6%-efficient monolithic perovskite/Cu(In,Ga)Se2 tandem solar cells with thin conformal hole transport layers for integration on rough bottom bell surfaces

M. Jošt (Corresponding author), T. Bertram, D. Koushik, J.A. Marquez, M.A. Verheijen, M.D. Heinemann, E. Köhnen, A. Al-Ashouri, S. Braunger, F. Lang, B. Rech, T. Unold, M. Creatore, I. Lauermann, C.A. Kaufmann, R. Schlatmann, S. Albrecht

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Perovskite-based tandem solar cells can increase the power conversion efficiency (PCE) of conventional single-junction photovoltaic devices. Here, we present monolithic perovskite/CIGSe tandem solar cells with a perovskite top cell fabricated directly on an as-grown, rough CIGSe bottom cell. To prevent potential shunting due to the rough CIGSe surface, a thin NiOx layer is conformally deposited via atomic layer deposition on the front contact of the CIGSe bottom cell. The performance is further improved by an additional layer of the polymer PTAA at the NiOx/perovskite interface. This hole transport bilayer enables a 21.6% stabilized PCE of the tandem device at ∼0.8 cm2 active area. We use TEM/EDX measurements to investigate the deposition uniformity and conformality of the NiOx and PTAA layers. By absolute photoluminescence measurements, the contribution of the individual subcells to the tandem VOC is determined, revealing that further fine-tuning of the recombination layers might improve the tandem VOC. Finally, on the basis of the obtained results, we give guidelines to improve monolithic perovskite/CIGSe tandems toward predicted PCE estimates above 30%.
Originele taal-2Engels
Pagina's (van-tot)583-590
Aantal pagina's8
TijdschriftACS Energy Letters
Volume4
Nummer van het tijdschrift2
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 24 jan 2019

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Perovskite
Solar cells
Conversion efficiency
Volatile organic compounds
Atomic layer deposition
Energy dispersive spectroscopy
Photoluminescence
Polymers
Tuning
perovskite
Transmission electron microscopy

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Jošt, M. ; Bertram, T. ; Koushik, D. ; Marquez, J.A. ; Verheijen, M.A. ; Heinemann, M.D. ; Köhnen, E. ; Al-Ashouri, A. ; Braunger, S. ; Lang, F. ; Rech, B. ; Unold, T. ; Creatore, M. ; Lauermann, I. ; Kaufmann, C.A. ; Schlatmann, R. ; Albrecht, S. / 21.6%-efficient monolithic perovskite/Cu(In,Ga)Se2 tandem solar cells with thin conformal hole transport layers for integration on rough bottom bell surfaces. In: ACS Energy Letters. 2019 ; Vol. 4, Nr. 2. blz. 583-590.
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21.6%-efficient monolithic perovskite/Cu(In,Ga)Se2 tandem solar cells with thin conformal hole transport layers for integration on rough bottom bell surfaces. / Jošt, M. (Corresponding author); Bertram, T.; Koushik, D.; Marquez, J.A.; Verheijen, M.A.; Heinemann, M.D.; Köhnen, E.; Al-Ashouri, A.; Braunger, S.; Lang, F.; Rech, B.; Unold, T.; Creatore, M.; Lauermann, I.; Kaufmann, C.A.; Schlatmann, R.; Albrecht, S.

In: ACS Energy Letters, Vol. 4, Nr. 2, 24.01.2019, blz. 583-590.

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