Off Grid Report

Perovskite Photovoltaics 2018-2028

Technologies, Markets, Players

By 2028, IDTechEx predicted the market will grow to over $500 million
 

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Table of Contents
1.OVERVIEW OF PEROVSKITE PVS
1.1.Research-cell efficiencies of different solar technologies
1.2.Overview of perovskite PV
1.3.What is perovskite?
1.4.Perovskite structure
1.5.Solar spectrum
1.6.Calculating efficiency
1.7.Working principle
1.8.Structures/architectures of perovskite solar cells
1.9.Perovskite solar cell development timeline
1.10.Perovskite solar cell evolution
1.11.Progress in PCEs of DSSC
1.12.Value propositions of perovskite solar cells
1.13.Efficiency versus transmission
1.14.The Achilles' Heel
1.15.Stability of perovskite solar cells
1.16.Hysteresis behaviour in the current-voltage curves
2.EFFORTS TOWARDS COMMERCIALIZATION
2.1.Overview
2.2.Efforts to overcome challenges
2.3.Mixture halide perovskite is more stable
2.4.Hole-conductor-free printable perovskite solar cell with high stability
2.5.Large-area all-printed perovskite solar modules
2.6.Ultra-stable perovskite solar cells
2.7.Pilot-scale power station
2.8.Pilot-scale capacity
2.9.Flexible perovskite solar cells
2.10.Large scale roll-to-roll printed perovskite solar cells
2.11.Microquanta Semiconductor
3.COST ANALYSIS
3.1.Global PV industry growth 1993 - 2017
3.2.Cost of generating electricity
3.3.PV module prediction based on learning curve
3.4.Typical PV system prices in selected countries
3.5.Total energy generation cost of perovskite PVs
3.6.Perovskite module cost estimation
3.7.Future perovskite PV system cost breakdown
3.8.Future perovskite PV system cost breakdown assumption
3.9.Breakdown of future p-type silicon tandem system with perovskite stack
4.COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES AND MARKET FORECAST
4.1.Summary of commercial opportunity
4.2.Application roadmap of perovskite photovoltaics
4.3.Unique features are required where silicon PVs cannot provide
4.4.Smart glass
4.5.BIPV/BAPV
4.6.Outdoor furniture
4.7.Vehicles
4.8.Portable Electronics
4.9.Power market
4.10.Efficiencies have been improved fast, but...
4.11.Fierce cost competition demonstrates challenge
4.12.Another opportunity in the power market
4.13.Tandem solar cell progress
4.14.Assumptions & analysis
4.15.Market forecast in values
4.16.Market segment by value in 2023 & 2028
5.TECHNOLOGY BENCHMARKING OF DIFFERENT PV TECHNOLOGIES
5.1.Photovoltaic technology classification by generation
5.2.Photovoltaic technology classification by material
5.3.Third-generation PV technologies: overview
5.4.Silicon solar technologies
5.5.Golden triangle of solar cells
5.6.Technology development roadmap
5.7.Efficiencies of Different Solar Technologies: Cells and Modules
5.8.Life cycle of PV and energy payback times
5.9.Price of different PV technologies
5.10.Solar device structures of different PV technologies
5.11.Open-circuit voltage versus optical bandgap
5.12.Maximum photo energy utilisation
5.13.Metrics comparison of different PV technologies
5.14.Crystalline silicon
5.15.Gallium arsenide
5.16.Hydrogenated amorphous silicon
5.17.Cadmium telluride
5.18.Copper indium gallium (di)selenide
5.19.Copper zinc tin sulphide
5.20.Dye-sensitized solar cell
5.21.Organic photovoltaic
5.22.Quantum dot photovoltaic
5.23.Perovskite
6.ARCHITECTURE AND FABRICATION
6.1.Production of silicon and silicon wafers
6.2.Deposition of perovskite films
6.3.Engineering the deposition process
6.4.Processing planar heterojunction without TiO2
6.5.Deposition processes for perovskite films
6.6.One step precursor deposition
6.7.Sequential deposition process
6.8.Two step spin-coating deposition
6.9.Spray coating deposition
6.10.Slot-die coating process
6.11.Dual source vacuum deposition
6.12.Sequential vapour deposition
6.13.Vapour-assisted solution process
7.MATERIAL OPTIONS
7.1.Material combinations
7.2.Organic ions in perovskite
7.3.All-inorganic perovskite solar cells
7.4.Halogen ions in perovskite
7.5.Bandgap tuning
7.6.Bandgap and tolerance factor of halide perovskite and corresponding PV parameters
7.7.Possible material improvement
7.8.Interface layers
7.9.Polymer HTMs
7.10.Small molecule HTMs based on phenylamine derivatives
7.11.Small molecule HTMs without phenylamine derivatives
8.COMPANY PROFILES
8.1.Companies currently working on perovskites
8.1.1.CSIRO
8.1.2.Dyesol
8.1.3.Fraunhofer ISE
8.1.4.FrontMaterials
8.1.5.Microquanta Semiconductor
8.1.6.Oxford Photovoltaics
8.1.7.Saule Technologies
8.1.8.Solaronix
8.1.9.Solar-Tectic
8.1.10.Solliance
8.1.11.Xiamen Weihua Solar
8.2.Companies working on other emerging PVs
8.2.1.Alta Device
8.2.2.Amor
8.2.3.Belectric
8.2.4.CraynNano AS
8.2.5.Crystalsol GmbH
8.2.6.DisaSolar
8.2.7.Eight19
8.2.8.Flexink
8.2.9.G24 Power
8.2.10.Heliatek
8.2.11.NanoGram
8.2.12.National Research Council Canada
8.2.13.New Energy Technologies
8.2.14.Polyera Corporation
8.2.15.Raynergy Tek Incorporation
8.2.16.SolarPrint
8.2.17.Sumitomo Chemical and CDT
8.2.18.Ubiquitous Energy
8.2.19.VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland