The stability of conversion processes to transform light into power is one of the key challenges facing emerging solar technologies.
Category: Young Researcher of the Year
Organic and perovskite solar cells represent two emerging categories of photovoltaics substantially different form the commercial silicon technology. Organic lacks in efficiency but compensate with flexibility of application, perovskite impresses for the easy manufacturing and the record efficiency. However, both these technologies suffer in stability issues when compared to the long term stability of commercially available silicon cells. Thus, to bring organic and perovskite cells out of the lab dimension, the full-comprehension of the degradation mechanisms must be achieved. Here are shown two different strategies that involve the chemistry of materials and the devices engineering to increase the stability of organic and perovskite cell, in the roadmap for stable and efficient emerging photovoltaics.
Launched in 2007 to recognise the best studies on efficiency, sustainability and environmental protection, the annual Eni Award is an international prize for applied research in the field of energy. Every year the competition involves many of the most important scientific institutions in the world as well as Eni's own in-house laboratories.
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