In addition, they can be conveniently combined with other materials to form so-called tandem or multi-junction solar cells. With the different materials, the researchers can exploit different areas of the solar spectrum to achieve a further gain in efficiency compared to single-junction cells.
In order to be able to manufacture such cells even more efficiently in the future, ZSW is expanding its production facilities to include a cathode sputtering system. This enables the application of contact layers for new, highly efficient perovskite solar cells by vacuum coating using sputtering. The system supplied by project partner Singulus Technologies.
Please find the link to the Singulus press release below.