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000221557 245__ $$aProof-of-concept for facile perovskite solar cell recycling
000221557 260__ $$aCambridge$$bRoyal Soc Chemistry$$c2016
000221557 269__ $$a2016
000221557 300__ $$a8
000221557 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000221557 520__ $$aPerovskite solar cells based on CH3NH3PbI3 and related materials have reached impressive efficiencies that, on a lab scale, can compete with established solar cell technologies, at least in short-term observations. Despite frequently voiced concerns about the solubility of the lead salts that make up the absorber material, several life cycle analyses have come to overall positive conclusions regarding the environmental impact of perovskite solar cell (PSC) production. Their particularly short energy payback time (EBPT) in comparison to other established PV technologies makes them truly competitive. Several studies have identified valuable components such as FTO, gold and high temperature processes as the most significant contributors to the environmental impact of PSCs. Considering these findings, we have developed a rapid dismantling process allowing the recovery of all major components, saving raw materials, energy and production time in the fabrication of recycled PSCs. We demonstrate that the performance of PSCs fabricated from recycled substrates can compete with that of devices fabricated from virgin materials.
000221557 6531_ $$aPerovskite PV
000221557 6531_ $$aRecycling
000221557 6531_ $$aSolar Cells
000221557 700__ $$0248442$$aKadro, Jeannette M.$$g244440
000221557 700__ $$0247078$$aPellet, Norman$$g179666
000221557 700__ $$0246575$$aGiordano, Fabrizio$$g229949
000221557 700__ $$aUlianov, Alexey
000221557 700__ $$aMüntener, Othmar
000221557 700__ $$aMaier, Joachim
000221557 700__ $$aGrätzel, Michael
000221557 700__ $$0248439$$aHagfeldt, Anders$$g164385
000221557 773__ $$tEnergy Environ. Sci.
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