Perovskite Tandem Solar Will Start Taking Solar to 43% Energy Conversion
- Dec 8, 2020 10:09 pm GMT
Oxford Photovoltaic is building the world’s first volume manufacturing line for perovskite-on-silicon tandem solar cells. Oxford is working with leading photovoltaic equipment supplier, Meyer Burger. They will install a silicon heterojunction solar cell line, enhanced with production equipment for the perovskite top cell. The fully integrated line will be built at an industrial site in Germany and will start production in 2021 at what will be about a 200 MW/year plant. In 2019, Oxford PV raised £31 Million in the first close of its Series D funding round. In November, 2020, Oxford PV was awarded €8.8 million from a German
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