New Guide Available: Perovskite Solar Cells - Causes of Degradation
Posted on Mon, Feb 25, 2019 by Ashley Wong
In the field of photovoltaics, it is common knowledge that perovskite solar cell stability and durability still has room for improvement. Although recent studies have shown promising advancements, perovskite solar cells still do not reach the standards defined by the International Electrotechnical Commision (performing well under non-lab conditions, and withstanding those conditions for over 1000 hours consistently).
As such, the durability of perovskite solar cells needs to be improved further before they can competitively enter the current market. The first step is towards this is to gain a thorough understanding of the exact factors that cause the perovskite crystal to undergo degradation.
These factors are explored and discussed in our latest guide - Perovskite Solar Cells: Causes of Degradation.
Author: Ashley Wong
Hailing from a Psychology background, Ashley has an MSc in Organizational/Work Psychology from the Sheffield University Management School. Prior to joining Ossila, Ashley worked with two multi-national organizations, researching emotional labour in the life insurance industry. In 2017, she successfully led the process of writing & applying for a prestigious Institute of Physics Business Innovation Award, which resulted in Ossila winning its first-ever industrial award.