Large-area quaternary organic photovoltaic module with 12.36% certified efficiency
Posted on 20.02.2021 - 02:59
Multi-component doping is a widely-applied effective method to improve the performance of inorganic and organic semiconductor devices. Herein, a quaternary blending strategy was applied in the fabrication of organic photovoltaic devices and large-area module. As a result, the ultimate quaternary organic solar cells (OSCs) deliver 16.71% efficiency for small area device (certified as 16.4%), and 13.25% for large-area (19.34 cm2) module (certified as 12.36%), which is one of the highest efficiencies for organic solar modules to date. Our results have proved the synergistic effects of multi-components in OSCs, providing an effective strategy for achieving high-performance organic photovoltaic devices and modules.
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Jia, Ziyan; Chen, Zeng; Chen, Xu; Yao, Jizhong; Yan, Buyi; Sheng, Rui; et al. (2021): Large-area quaternary organic photovoltaic module with 12.36% certified efficiency. The Optical Society. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5221649.v1
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