Development of stable electrodes for perovskite solar cells
Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) R&D Project (2018 - 2021)
The Australian National University: Prof. Kylie Catchpole, A/Prof. Klaus Weber, A/Prof. Tom White
Monash University: Prof. Udo Bach, Dr. Alexandr Simonov
Dr Jun Peng (ANU)
Dr Gaveshana Sepalage (Monash)
(a) Schematic of the multilayer electrode concept. The transparent front electrode assembly consists of a blocking layer (BL), a current collection layer (CCL) and a current transport layer (CTL). The rear electrode consists of a BL and a combined CCL/CTL layer. (b) Photo of a semi-transparent perovskite cell fabricated at ANU, which includes a front electrode assembly consisting of MoOx (BL), ITO (CCL) and a metal grid (CTL). The gridlines can be faintly seen running vertically across the cell.
Q. Chu, B. Ding, J. Peng, H. Shen, X. Li, Y. Liu, C. Li, C. Li, G. Yang, T. P White, K. R Catchpole, "Highly stable carbon-based perovskite solar cell with a record efficiency of over 18% via hole transport engineering," J. Mat. Sci. Tech. 35987-993 (2019).
ANU Open Research link: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/164019