Photovoltage Enhancement for Stable Perovskite Solar Cells with a Temperature-Controlled Grain Growth Technique
By performing strong characterizations methods, one can begin to fully understand the chemistry and composition behind a great performing perovskite solar cell. Understanding how the interaction between layers inside a solar cell is driven by the temperature and overall environment is a key element to improve the fabrication process and overall efficiency of such cells. This thesis will present a study of the hybrid organic-inorganic, mixed-cation, mixed-halide, temperature and thickness-controlled perovskite solar cell. A constant power conversion efficiency (PCE) ranging between 15-17% and an open circuit voltage Voc above 1.05 V for a wide-band gap perovskite cell is presented.
Valerio Frias, Luis Eduardo, "Photovoltage Enhancement for Stable Perovskite Solar Cells with a Temperature-Controlled Grain Growth Technique" (2020). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI27961292.