A method for producing perovskite solar cells (PSC) with enhanced stability

This technology is about a two-step method that films a dielectric material on a surface of a electron conductive layer of a perovskite solar cell (PSC) allowing it to maintain its efficiency through time.

This technology is about a two-step method that films a dielectric material on a surface of a electron conductive layer of a perovskite solar cell (PSC) allowing it to maintain its efficiency through time.

Abstract

The advantages of this technology include:

  • Allows making PSC prototypes that maintain their efficiency through time, thus they are stable when exposed to constant light.
  • Increases the volumetric electrical conductivity of the electron conductive layer of the PSC.
  • The dielectric film serves as a physical barrier to prevent acid-base reactions between the electron conductive layer and the perovskite layer.
  • This technology may also be applied in devices such as light-emitting diodes, sensors, transistors, field effect transmitters, batteries, adjustable windows, and fuel cells.

Contact Information:

Cesar A. Leon-Pineda, MBA, B.Eng.

cesar.leon@unam.mx