Improving the Reproducibility of the planar Perovskite Solar Cells Fabrication through ALD
The commercialization of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) faces challenges in maintaining performance and reproducibility while upscaling. Meniscus coating is a high-throughput manufacturing process used in various industries, including solar cell production. However, achieving reproducible results for SnO2 deposition through blade coating is a significant challenge. The objective of this project is to fabricate a solar cell utilizing the ALD technique for the SnO2 layer and comparing its performance and reproducibility with the blade coating method. ALD is a highly scalable technique that can be easily integrated into existing production processes, making it a cost-effective candidate for large-scale manufacturing of PSCs. Its successful implementation could lead to commercially available PSCs in the future.
Status: Ongoing
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