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Durable perovskite solar cells

Available to watch now, The Electrochemical Society, in partnership with Hiden Analytical and the Royal Society of Chemistry, explores the durability and instability issues of perovskite solar cells

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Dr Anita Ho-Baillie will start the talk with an introduction of perovskite solar cells followed by an outline of the instability issues of perovskite solar cells. She will then move onto the strategies addressing these such as moisture instabilty. The why and how perovskite solar cells become unstable under thermal stress will be discussed followed by our strategies of overcoming this.

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Dr Anita Ho-Baillie research interest is to engineer materials and devices at nanoscale for integrating solar cells onto all kinds of surfaces generating clean energy. A Clarivate Highly Cited Researcher (2019), Dr Ho-Baillie is considered an international leader in advancing perovskite solar cells. Her achievements include setting solar-cell energy-efficiency world records in various categories.

 

 




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