Irradiance and temperature impact on thin film materials I-V curves

The thin-film solar cells are becoming increasingly used in various applications ; this is mainly due to the continued high cost of mono or polycrystalline silicon. In addition, the thin film technology offers the most diverse applications including uses low solar irradiance. The main fields of thin film solar cells are : the chain of amorphous silicon (a-Si), the chain of cadmium telluride (CdTe) and chalcopyrite sector (CIS and CIGS material). In this paper, a study on the influence of light and temperature on the characteristics I (V) of different thin film photovoltaic cells (a-Si:H single, a-Si:H tandem a-Si:H tripple, CdTe and CIS) is detailed. Under standard conditions (illumination of 1000W/m2 and cell temperature 25° C), we see that the CdTe is the closest that the monocrystalline silicon which has a maximum value of short circuit current material (3,26A).

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