A review of thin film silicon for solar cell applications [Conference Paper]
For photovoltaic technology to compete economically with conventional sources of electricity the costs of module production must be reduced to around US$1/Watt with module efficiencies around 15%. One of the most promising ways to achieve this long-term goal is thin crystalline silicon solar cells. Crystalline silicon solar cells have the advantages of market dominance, non-toxicity, material abundance, stability, high efficiency potential and the ability to share research and infrastructure...[Show more]
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