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Kovacic, M. (author), Krc, J. (author), Lipovsek, B. (author), Chen, W.C. (author), Edoff, M. (author), Bolt, P.J. (author), van Deelen, J. (author), Zhukova, M. (author), Lontchi, J. (author), Flandre, D. (author), Salomé, P. (author), Topic, M. (author)
In ultra-thin chalcopyrite solar cells and photovoltaic modules, efficient light management is required to increase the photocurrent and to gain in conversion efficiency. In this work we employ optical modelling to investigate different optical approaches and quantify their potential improvements in the short-circuit current density of Cu(In, Ga...
article 2019
Frijters, C.H. (author), Poodt, P. (author), Illeberi, A. (author)
Zinc oxysulfide has been grown by spatial atomic layer deposition (S-ALD) and successfully applied as buffer layer in Cu(In, Ga)Se2 (CIGS) solar cells. S-ALD combines high deposition rates (up to nm/s) with the advantages of conventional ALD, i.e. excellent control of film composition and superior uniformity over large-area and even non-flat...
article 2016
Ben Messaoud, K. (author), Buffière, M. (author), Brammertz, G. (author), ElAnzeery, H. (author), Oueslati, S. (author), Hamon, J. (author), Kniknie, B.J. (author), Meuris, M. (author), Amlouk, M. (author), Poortmans, J. (author)
Modification of the absorber surface properties by Cd2+ treatment (Cd2+ partial electrolyte) results in the following: formation of Cd(OH)2 on the absorber surface, deposition of thinner chemical bath-deposited CdS buffer layer, and a smaller space charge region. The impact on electrical performances is as follows: decrease of the series...
article 2015