Huake Chuangzhi nanosilver has been successfully applied to perovskite solar cells
On January 21, 2022, in the R&D laboratory of Huake Chuangzhi, a beam of light shone on a 1.5cm*1.5cm translucent solar cell device, and voltage, current and other signals were immediately detected on the instrument - Huake Chuangzhi's first flexible translucent perovskite solar cell with nano-silver film as the positive and negative electrode substrate was successfully prepared!
Schematic diagram of flexible perovskite solar cell structure
Compared with polycrystalline silicon solar cells dominated by the photovoltaic market, Huake Chuangzhi's flexible perovskite solar cells use organometallic halide semiconductors as light-absorbing materials and nano-silver films as positive and negative substrates, compared with polycrystalline silicon solar cells that dominate the photovoltaic market, they have the advantages of higher photoelectric conversion efficiency, lower manufacturing cost, light weight and beautiful appearance, leading the development direction of emerging solar cells.
At present, there are several technical paths for the preparation process of perovskite solar cells, among which the mainstream route is ITO or FTO conductive glass as the negative electrode substrate and vacuum evaporation sputtering metal electrode as the positive electrode substrate. Huake Chuangzhi uses nano-silver materials as the positive and negative substrates of the battery, with lower cost, transparency and bending resistance are better than the former, so Huake Chuangzhi's flexible perovskite solar cells are more convenient in preparation and installation, and can be better used in large-size, flexible devices and other fields, and are easier to promote and use on a large scale, and will have broad application prospects in many fields such as power generation windows, foldable solar curtains, aesthetic building curtain walls and many other fields in buildings and automobiles.
It is revealed that Huake Chuangzhi is cooperating with a listed solar photovoltaic cell company to jointly develop a new generation of solar panels based on perovskite. Once the project is put into production, it may subvert the entire solar photovoltaic industry pattern!