Perovskite Solar Cell News

Perovskite solar cells are a type of photovoltaic technology that uses perovskite-structured materials as the light-absorbing layer. These materials are known for their excellent light absorption, charge-carrier mobilities, and flexible bandgaps, which can be tuned to enhance solar absorption efficiency. Introduced in the last decade, perovskite solar cells have shown rapid improvements in efficiency, achieving levels comparable to traditional silicon solar cells but at potentially lower manufacturing costs. They offer the promise of high-efficiency, low-cost solar panels, though challenges such as long-term durability and environmental stability need to be addressed to fully commercialize this technology.