The state of organic solar cells-A meta analysis

Mikkel Jørgensen, Jon Eggert Carlé, Roar R. Søndergaard, Marie Lauritzen, Nikolaj Aleksander Dagnæs-Hansen, Sedi Louise Byskov, Thomas Rieks Andersen, Thue Trofod Larsen-Olsen, Arvid P.L. Böttiger, Birgitta Andreasen, Lei Fu, Lijian Zuo, Yao Liu, Eva Bundgaard, Xiaowei Zhan, Hongzheng Chen, Frederik C Krebs

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Solar cells that convert sunlight into electrical power have demonstrated a large and consistent growth through several decades. The growth has spawned research on new technologies that potentially enable much faster, less costly and environmentally friendly manufacture from earth abundant materials. Here we review carbon based solar cells through a complete analysis of all the data that has been reported so far and we highlight what can be expected from carbon based technologies and draw scenarios of how it can be made of immediate use.
Original languageEnglish
JournalSolar Energy Materials & Solar Cells
Pages (from-to)84-93
Publication statusPublished - 2013


  • Polymer solar cells
  • All data reported until 2012
  • Statistical analysis
  • Comparison with other PV
  • Tandem cells

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