Towards the Optimization of the Performance of N-I-P Microcrystalline Silicon nc-Si:H Flexible Solar Cells
The use of low-cost flexible substrates reduces the installation and transportation charges, thereby reducing the system price. This study focuses on the investigation and the optimization of the efficiency of a thin-film flexible microcrystalline silicon nc-Si:H solar cell by simulation tools. As a result, we could achieve the 6.37% relatively high efficiency for n-i-p single junction nc-Si:H flexible solar cell.
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