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Verlinden, P. (author), Glunz, S. (author), Dubois, S. (author), Poortmans, J. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Brendel, R. (author), Ballif, C. (author), Hahn, G. (author)
article 2021
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Theelen, M.J. (author), Hagedoorn, C. (author), Götz-Köhler, M. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Neugebohn, N. (author)
Oxide/metal/oxide (OMO) layer stacks are promising replacements for conventional transparent conductive oxides in thin-film photovoltaics. They can provide colouration of the solar cells by adjusting their thickness to optimised optical resonances. Green OMO multistacks were deposited on glass by subsequent sputtering of aluminium doped zinc...
article 2021
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Zhao, Y. (author), Procel, P. (author), Han, C. (author), Mazzarella, L. (author), Yang, G. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Zeman, M. (author), Isabella, O. (author)
Low activation energy (Ea) and wide bandgap (Eg) are essential for (p)-contacts to achieve effective hole collection in silicon heterojunction (SHJ) solar cells. In this work, we study Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition p-type hydrogenated nanocrystalline silicon oxide, (p)nc-SiOx:H, combined with (p)nc-Si:H as (p)-contact in front/back...
article 2021
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Singh, M. (author), Santbergen, R. (author), Syifai, I. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Zeman, M. (author), Isabella, O. (author)
Since single junction c-Si solar cells are reaching their practical efficiency limit. Perovskite/c-Si tandem solar cells hold the promise of achieving greater than 30% efficiencies. In this regard, optical simulations can deliver guidelines for reducing the parasitic absorption losses and increasing the photocurrent density of the tandem solar...
article 2021
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Bakker, K. (author), Aahman, H.N. (author), Burgers, T. (author), Barreau, N. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Theelen, M. (author)
Partial shading of monolithically interconnected Cu(In,Ga)Se2 (CIGSe) modules can lead to the formation of reverse bias induced defects. These localized defects permanently reduce the output of the PV module. The formation and propagation mechanisms of these defects is studied. Understanding these mechanisms can help to prevent or mitigate...
article 2020
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Bakker, K. (author), Rasia, A. (author), Assen, S. (author), Ben Said Aflouat, B. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Theelen, M. (author)
When a PV module is partially shaded, the shaded solar cells operate in a reverse bias condition. For Cu(In,Ga)Se2 cells this condition can cause defects that irreversibly reduce the output of these cells and the full module. In order to design robust shade-tolerant CIGS modules details need to be known of the conditions at which these defects...
article 2020
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Bakker, K. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Theelen, M. (author)
Partial shading of Cu(In,Ga)(Se,S)2 (CIGS) photovoltaic (PV) modules is getting more attention, as is witnessed by the increase in publications on this topic in recent years. This review will give an overview of shading tests executed on CIGS modules and focuses on the more fundamental aspects that are often studied on cells. Generally, CIGS...
article 2019
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Poortmans, J. (author), Verlinden, P. (author), Dubois, S. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Ballif, C. (author), Glunz, S. (author), Poortmans, J. (author), Brendel, R. (author), Hahn, G. (author)
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article 2019
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Lamers, M. (author), Bronsveld, P. (author), Liu, J. (author), Weeber, A. (author)
High quality passivating contacts can be realized by using the combination of a thin interfacial oxide (SiOx) and doped polysilicon (polySi). Recombination losses are minimized by providing very good passivation between the thin hydrogenated oxide and the cSi, a high field effect by the highly doped polySi [1-2], combined with the low level...
conference paper 2018
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Yang, G. (author), Guo, P. (author), Procel, P. (author), Limodio, G. (author), Weeber, A. (author), Isabella, O. (author), Zeman, M. (author)
In this work, we present the application of poly-Si carrier-selective passivating contacts (CSPCs) as both polarities in interdigitated back-contacted (IBC) solar cell architectures. We compared two approaches to form a gap between the back-surface field (BSF) and emitter fingers. It is proved that the gaps prepared by both approaches are...
article 2018
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