Third-Generation Solar Energy
The major difference between the third-generation solar cells and the previous generations is the introduction of organic compounds and nanotechnology in the manufacturing process. Previous generations include photochemical solar cells, dye-sensitized solar cells, polymer solar cells, and nanocrystalline solar cells. A special multilayer thin-film structure has also been introduced to improve light absorption efficiency in the solar cells. Perovskite is a new synthetic photovoltaic material. Due to its excellent photoelectric conversion rate, natural abundance, low cost, and environmentally friendly production, perovskite has quickly become a hot research area in the solar energy industry.
Enhancing the 100GW photovoltaic industry
When building our innovative perovskite solar cells on top of conventional silicon solar cells, the resulting tandem cells can overcome the silicon photovoltaic performance barriers.
Adjustment of energy gap structure
Our innovative technology is capable of capturing the energy of a specific wavelength portion of the solar spectrum, particularly the high-energy blue light portion, and effectively converting it into electricity.
High photovoltaic performance
The theoretical efficiency limit of our silicon perovskite tandem solar cell is up to 43%, while that of a silicon solar cell is only 29%.
Low-cost thin-film photovoltaic solutions
Our innovative solution uses readily available low-cost raw materials and may be realized by simple manufacturing process.