Large-Area Perovskite Film Prepared by New FFASE Method for Stable Solar Modules Having High Efficiency under Both Outdoor and Indoor Light Harvesting

Chien Hung Chiang, Chun Guey Wu

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Abstract

High-quality perovskite film is deposited on a 30 cm × 40 cm LiCoO2-coated ITO/glass via newly developed freely falling anti-solvent extraction (FFASE) method followed by post watervapor annealing in an ambient atmosphere. Perovskite solar modules (PSMs, active area of 25.2 cm2 with mask) based on this high-quality film achieve the highest efficiency of 16.04 and 30.76% under 1 sun (100 mW cm−2) and 945 lux fluorescent light illumination, respectively. The encapsulated PSMs are stable at −20 to 80 °C thermal cycling and keep high efficiency at temperature as low as −20 °C and as high as 80 °C. When the encapsulated PSM is heated at 85 °C and 85% relative humidity under room lighting or heated at 60 °C under AM1.5 (100 mW cm−2) illumination for 1000 h, loses only ≈8% of its original efficiency. The high stability of PSMs is due to very high quality perovskite absorber being used. The underlying concept of the FFASE method for extracting the solvent from the large-area perovskite precursor film is that the whole precursor film contacts with the fresh anti-solvent during the crystallization stage.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2205967
JournalAdvanced Science
Volume10
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - 3 Mar 2023

Keywords

  • freely falling anti-solvent extraction
  • perovskite solar module
  • post treatment

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