Lessons Learned: From Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells to All-Solid-State Hybrid Devices

The field of solution-processed photovoltaic cells is currently in its second spring. The dye-sensitized solar cell is a widely studied and longstanding candidate for future energy generation. Recently, inorganic absorber-based devices have reached new record efficiencies, with the benefits of all-solid-state devices. In this rapidly changing environment, this review sheds light on recent developments in all-solid-state solar cells in terms of electrode architecture, alternative sensitizers, and hole-transporting materials. These concepts are of general applicability to many next-generation device platforms.


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Advanced Materials, 26, 24, 4013–4030
Year:
2014
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Weinheim, Wiley-V C H Verlag Gmbh
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