8.2% pure selenide kesterite thin‐film solar cells from large‐area electrodeposited precursors.

Abstract

Cu2ZnSnSe4 solar cell absorbers are synthesized by large-area electrodeposition of metal stack precursors followed by selenization. A champion solar cell exhibits 8.2% power conversion efficiency, a new record for Cu2ZnSnSe4 solar cells prepared from electrodeposited metallic precursors.

Significant improvements of device performance are achieved by the application of two etching procedures and buffer layer optimization. These results validate electrodeposition as a credible alternative to vacuum processes (sputtering, co-evaporation) for earth-abundant thin-film solar cell fabrication at low cost. Copyright © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Citation

Vauche, L., Risch, L., Sánchez, Y., Dimitrievska, M., Pasquinelli, M., Goislard de Monsabert, T., Grand, P.P., Jaime‐Ferrer, S. and Saucedo, E., 2016. 8.2% pure selenide kesterite thin‐film solar cells from large‐area electrodeposited precursors. Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, 24(1), pp.38-51.

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