RenewPV is happy to announce the first joint publication!
The paper published in Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells focuses on the highly promising antimony sulphide (Sb2S3) solar cell technology. Authors from Department of Materials and Environmental Technology, Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia), the Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania), and the Institute of Solid State Physics of University of Latvia (Latvia) carried out a comprehensive optical and electrical characterization of solar cells fabricated at different deposition temperatures. They showed that under optimal deposition conditions, bulk and interface defects in Sb2S3 were minimized while keeping layer morphology intact. This work highlights the potential of the close-space sublimation method for low-temperature fabrication of Sb2S3 solar cells.