In this work, pneumatic spray pyrolysis was used to deposit Cu2ZnSnS4 kesterite thin film layers onto soda lime glass substrates/Mo coated substrates (substrate configuration). Furthermore, pneumatic spray pyrolysis was also tested as a potential way to grow kesterite thin film layers on ZnO nanorod arrays on SnO2:F coated glass substrates (superstrate cell configuration). In this case semi-transparent samples were obtained.
A summary of the process parameters optimization to effectively coat the ZnO nanostructures is presented. In both solar cell configurations, absorbers were selenized at 400–500 °C and compared. For the substrate configuration, we present a device with a power conversion efficiency of 1.86%, Voc = 292 mV, Jsc = 16.2 mA/cm2 and FF = 39.6%.
Espindola‐Rodríguez, M., López‐García, J., Sylla, D., Fontané, X., Sánchez, Y., López‐Marino, S., Izquierdo‐Roca, V., Riedel, W., Ohm, W., Gledhill, S. and Vigil‐Galán, O., 2015. Cu2ZnSnS4 absorber layers deposited by spray pyrolysis for advanced photovoltaic technology. physica status solidi (a), 212(1), pp.126-134.
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