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Cellules photovoltaïques organiques et hybrides : évolutions récentes et naissance d’une nouvelle filière pérovskite

Abstract : One of the major challenges related to the design, development and manufacture of photovoltaic devices remains the ability to deliver low-cost, efficient and stable technologies for solar-to-electricity conversion.This paper summarises recent progresses made within three sectors that are most likely to afford cheap production costs : organic cells, dye sensitised solar cells (DSSC), and perovskite cells. The later has recently opened a new route and attracts currently a tremendous research effort. Each section includes a brief historical overview and the basic concepts of organic and DSSC architectures are given. Next, the latest developments for each of the three types of cell technology are discussed. One of the main concerns in both all organic and dye sensitised photovoltaic devices is advanced design of molecular systems combining highperformance with ease of processing.However, in a photovoltaic device the synergy between individual components calls for an integrated approach. The same holds for the new class of solar cells based on mixed organic-inorganic halide perovskites. It happens that despite the outstanding improvement in cell performance in terms of conversion efficiency made within a couple of years, there is still need for fundamental understanding of what makes hybrid perovskites so successful in that respect. Knowledge gained by more than two decades of active research in materials chemistry and solid-state physics concepts should be combined to solve technological bottlenecks.
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Pierre Audebert, Emmanuelle Deleporte, Jacky Even, Claudine Katan, Fabrice Odobel. Cellules photovoltaïques organiques et hybrides : évolutions récentes et naissance d’une nouvelle filière pérovskite. L'Actualité Chimique, Société chimique de France, 2015, La chimie fête la lumière, 397-398 (juin-juillet 2015), pp.56-62. ⟨hal-01228608⟩



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