The largest electrostatic jet printer (ESJET) in Europe is currently being installed in the SPECIFIC cleanroom. This method of printing is able to create lines that are 1/6 width of an average human hair.
A research collaboration studying perovskite solar cells between the SPECIFIC IKC and Henan Key Laboratory of Photovoltaic Materials has been published in the Journal of Power Sources. The novel method developed represents an important step towards commercialisation of this exciting new technology.
Dr Matthew Davies and Dr Rhys Charles will be working together on ACCEPTED.
Humankind is on the brink of significant climate change and material resource shortages. We have reached the limits of our traditional ‘take-make-dispose’ linear economic models in which materials are extracted from the earth to create products which are discarded at the end of their useful lives.
The PV upscaling team at SPECIFIC has been working hard in the last year and finally their efforts have been recognised. Their paper, “All printable perovskite solar modules with 198 cm2 active area and over 6% efficiency” has been accepted in Advanced Materials Technologies and has been published online. A […]