Performance comparison of III-V-on-Si tandem solar cells in the 2-terminal, 3-terminal and 4-terminal configurations
Tandem (or multijunction) solar cells are the only photovoltaic (PV) devices that have demonstrated efficiencies above 30%. Hybrid tandem solar cells consist of dissimilar PV materials, each layer optimized to absorb a specific portion of the solar spectrum. Tandem cells are often designed with two terminals (2T), requiring current-matched subcells connected in series. They can, however, be designed with additional terminals, to circumvent the need for current matching, which enables greater design flexibility. This research investigates the performance and device physics of III-V-on-Silicon ...
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VanSant, Kaitlyn T.
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