Perovskite-silicon tandem based photoelectrochemical systems for efficient solar hydrogen generation
Direct solar hydrogen generation(DSTH) is a promising method for renewable hydrogen generation, where solar energy drives the generation of hydrogen and oxygen by molecular dissociation of water on a catalytic or semiconductor surface. Despite an enormous amount of work over the last few decades, DSTH has not yet been implemented on large scale due to low efficiency and high costs. This thesis investigates perovskite-silicon tandem PV and Earth abundant catalysts-based system for low-cost and...[Show more]
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