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An Interlaboratory Study on the Stability of All‐Printable Hole Transport Material–Free Perovskite Solar Cells

Francesca De Rossi Orcid Logo, Jeremy Barbe, David M. Tanenbaum, Lucio Cinà, Luigi Angelo Castriotta, Vasil Stoichkov, Zhengfei Wei, Wing Chung Tsoi Orcid Logo, Jeffrey Kettle, Artem Sadula, John Chircop, Brian Azzopardi, Haibing Xie, Aldo Di Carlo, Monica Lira-Cantú, Eugene A. Katz, Trystan Watson Orcid Logo, Francesca Brunetti

Energy Technology, Volume: 8, Issue: 12, Start page: 2000134

Swansea University Authors: Francesca De Rossi Orcid Logo, Jeremy Barbe, Vasil Stoichkov, Zhengfei Wei, Wing Chung Tsoi Orcid Logo, Trystan Watson Orcid Logo

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Comparison between different laboratories on long‐term stability analyses of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) is still lacking in the literature. This work presents the results of an inter‐laboratory study carried out between 5 laboratories from 4 countries. Carbon‐based PSCs were prepared by screen pr...

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title An Interlaboratory Study on the Stability of All‐Printable Hole Transport Material–Free Perovskite Solar Cells
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Francesca De Rossi
Jeremy Barbe
Vasil Stoichkov
Zhengfei Wei
Wing Chung Tsoi
Trystan Watson
title_short An Interlaboratory Study on the Stability of All‐Printable Hole Transport Material–Free Perovskite Solar Cells
title_full An Interlaboratory Study on the Stability of All‐Printable Hole Transport Material–Free Perovskite Solar Cells
title_fullStr An Interlaboratory Study on the Stability of All‐Printable Hole Transport Material–Free Perovskite Solar Cells
title_full_unstemmed An Interlaboratory Study on the Stability of All‐Printable Hole Transport Material–Free Perovskite Solar Cells
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Artem Sadula
John Chircop
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Haibing Xie
Aldo Di Carlo
Monica Lira-Cantú
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description Comparison between different laboratories on long‐term stability analyses of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) is still lacking in the literature. This work presents the results of an inter‐laboratory study carried out between 5 laboratories from 4 countries. Carbon‐based PSCs were prepared by screen printing, encapsulated and sent to different laboratories across Europe to assess their stability by the application of three ISOS aging protocols: (a) in the dark (ISOS‐D), (b) under simulated sunlight (ISOS‐L) and (c) outdoors (ISOS‐O). Over 1000 hours stability is reported for devices in the dark, both at room temperature and at 65 °C. Under continuous illumination at open circuit, cells survived only for few hours, although they recovered after being stored in the dark. Better stability is observed for cells biased at maximum power point under illumination. Finally, devices operate in outdoors for 30 days, with minor degradation, in two different locations (Barcelona, Spain and Paola, Malta). Our findings demonstrate that open circuit conditions are too severe for stability assessment and that the diurnal variation of the PV parameters reveals performance to be strongly limited by the fill factor, in the central hours of the day, due to the high series resistance of the carbon electrode.
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