• Comparative analysis of Cu(InGa)Se2 solar cells 

        Author(s):Counts, Kahl
        Date Issued:2016
        Format:born digital; masters theses
        Cu(InGa)Se2, often abbreviated CIGS, photovoltaics have proven to be a commercially viable solar-energy conversion technology. Diverse processes have been employed in the manufacture, with varying end products, most ...
      • Imaging as characterization techniques for thin-film cadmium telluride photovoltaics 

        Author(s):Zaunbrecher, Katherine
        Date Issued:2014
        Format:born digital; doctoral dissertations
        The goal of increasing the efficiency of solar cell devices is a universal one. Increased photovoltaic (PV) performance means an increase in competition with other energy technologies. One way to improve PV technologies ...
      • Electroluminescence of thin-film CdTe solar cells and modules 

        Author(s):Raguse, John Michael
        Date Issued:2015
        Format:born digital; doctoral dissertations
        Thin-film photovoltaics has the potential to be a major source of world electricity. Mitigation of non-uniformities in thin-film solar cells and modules may help improve photovoltaic conversion efficiencies. In this ...
      • Development and advancement of thin CdTe-based solar cells for photovoltaic performance improvements 

        Author(s):Bothwell, Alexandra
        Date Issued:2020
        Format:born digital; doctoral dissertations
        Photovoltaic technologies, with an essentially infinite energy source, large total capacity, and demonstrated cost competitiveness, are well-positioned to meet growing global demand for clean energy. Cadmium-telluride ...
      • Performance and metastability of CdTe solar cells with a Te back-contact buffer layer 

        Author(s):Moore, Andrew
        Date Issued:2017
        Format:born digital; doctoral dissertations
        Thin-film CdTe photovoltaics are quickly maturing into a viable clean-energy solution through demonstration of competitive costs and performance stability with existing energy sources. Over the last half decade, CdTe solar ...