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Perovskite Solar Energy Rises Rapidly, Global Technology and Application Innovations Speed Up

Perovskite solar technology has become a new hot topic, with American scientists developing a new method that combines mirrors to improve conversion efficiency and Taiwan's Perovskite Technology Company (TPSC) continuing to promote product development. At the same time, researchers are also exploring new breakthroughs in perovskite solar energy, with recent success in producing perovskite films to improve light responsiveness. In the solar energy industry, silicon solar energy has always been the mainstream, but in recent years, the rise of perovskite solar technology has also attracted industry attention. According to media reports, Taiwan's Perovskite Technology Company (TPSC), whose A4 size perovskite solar cell "Mercury One" completed production line baseline construction on February 9th this year and officially began stable production, has recently completed the first batch of orders, indicating progress in the practical application of perovskite solar technology. A research team from the University of Rochester in the United States found that using perovskite films made with hyperbolic materials can increase the light responsiveness of lead halide perovskites by as much as 250%. The results have been published in the online journal "Advanced Energy Materials." This research achievement will help improve the conversion efficiency of perovskite solar cells and enhance their competitiveness in the future solar energy market. In addition, according to TechNews, American researchers have developed a new mirror structure that is combined with the front surface of perovskite solar cells to improve their conversion efficiency. This new type of perovskite solar cell structure can increase efficiency by more than three times and is expected to be applied in commercial production in the future. Overall, perovskite solar energy as an emerging solar technology has attracted more and more attention. It has many advantages, such as high efficiency, low cost, and flexibility, which may make it an important competitor in the future solar energy market. Reference: [1] [2] [3]

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