Texturing industrial multicrystalline silicon solar cells
Three potential techniques for texturing commercial multicrystalline silicon solar cells are compared on the basis of reflectance measurements. Wet acidic texturing, which would be the least costly to implement, produces a modest improvement in reflection before antirflection coating and encapsulation, whereas maskless reactiveion etching texturing, and especially masked reactive-ion etched ‘pyramids’, generate a larger gain in absorption. After antireflection coating and encapsulation however,...[Show more]
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|Source:||ISES 2001 Solar World Congress: Proceedings|
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