Approach for a simplified fabrication process for IBC-SHJ solar cells with high fill factors

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Haschke, J.; Chen, Y.-Y.; Gogolin, R.; Mews, M.; Mingirulli, N. et al.: Approach for a simplified fabrication process for IBC-SHJ solar cells with high fill factors. In: Energy Procedia 38 (2013), S. 732-736. DOI:

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In this paper, interdigitated back contacted silicon heterojunction (IBC-SHJ) solar cell results as well as two dimensional device simulations are presented. The simulation indicates that for the minority contact (emitter) the coverage of the metallisation should be nearly 100%, while this is less critical for the majority contact (BSF). We present experimental results for an IBC-SHJ solar cell with a metallisation fraction of 100% for the emitter and approximately 65% for the BSF, with a high fill factor of 77.7% and an independently confirmed energy conversion efficiency of 19.4%.
License of this version: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 Unported
Document Type: Article
Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2013
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