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UK perovskite solar technology company Oxford PV secures a further £8.02m funding

UK based leader in perovskite solar technology, Oxford PV, announced on April 24 that it has secured a further £8.02 Million in funding from its existing investors including Statoil and Legal & General Capital, to continue the commercialisation of its disruptive perovskite-on-silicon tandem solar cell technology.

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Oxford PV Germany granted €15m EIB financing to commercialise its perovskite on silicon tandem solar cell technology

Oxford Photovoltaics Germany, a subsidiary of UK-based Oxford Photovoltaics announced last month that it received €15 million in financing from the European Investment Bank (EIB)  to support the transfer of its disruptive perovskite on silicon tandem solar cell technology from lab scale to commercialisation.

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UNIST researchers hit new world efficiency record with perovskite solar cells

A recent study, affiliated with Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) finds key to produce a new cost-efficient way to fabricate inorganic-organic hybrid perovskite solar cells (PSCs) which sets a new world-record efficiency performance of 22.1 % in small cells and 19.7 percent in 1-square-centimeter cells.

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Korean Team Develops Semi-transparent Solar Cells with Thermal Mirror Capability

A Korean research team has created semi-transparent perovskite solar cells that demonstrate high-power conversion efficiency and transmit visible light while blocking infrared light, making them great candidates for solar windows.

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Perovskite Solar Cells Surpass 20% Efficiency

Researchers at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Michael Graetzel and his team, found that, by briefly reducing the pressure while fabricating perovskite crystals, they were able to achieve the highest performance ever measured for larger-size perovskite solar cells, reaching over 20% efficiency and matching the performance of conventional thin-film solar cells of similar sizes. Their results are published in Science.

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