Application of laser texturing method for mc-Si solar cells fabrication
AbstractThe results of the experiments on the “black” mc-Si surface fabrication by the nanosecond pulses of the YAG laser second harmonic and on application of the introduced laser texturing method for the mc-Si solar cells efficiency improvement are represented. The developed version of laser texturing permits producing a low-reflection mc-Si surface with the reflectance of ~3% in the spectral range of 0.3-1.1 μm. The application of the introduced laser texturing method in mc-Si solar cells fabrication makes it possible to increase the short circuit current density and quantum efficiency.
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Zuev, D., Novodvorsky, O., Lotin, A., Shorokhova, A., Khramova, O., Untila, G., Poroykov, A., Kost, T., & Chebotareva, A. (2012). Application of laser texturing method for mc-Si solar cells fabrication. ALT Proceedings, 1. https://doi.org/10.12684/alt.1.53
Laser – matter interaction and processing technologies
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