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Overview on crystalline silicon solar cells using PECVD rear passivation and laser-fired contacts

 
: Hofmann, M.; Saint-Cast, P.; Suwito, D.; Seiffe, J.; Schmidt, C.; Kambor, S.; Gautero, L.; Kohn, N.; Nekarda, J.-F.; Leimenstoll, A.; Wagenmann, D.; Erath, D.; Catoir, J.; Wolke, W.; Janz, S.; Biro, D.; Grohe, A.; Rentsch, J.; Glunz, S.W.; Preu, R.

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Created on: 31.8.2012


Sinke, W. ; WIP - Renewable Energies, München; European Commission; UNESCO; World Council for Renewable Energy; International Photovoltaic Equipment Association:
24th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference 2009. CD-ROM : The compiled State-of-the-Art of PV Solar Technology and Deployment. Proceedings of the International Conference held in Hamburg, 21-25 September 2009
München, 2009
ISBN: 3-936338-25-6
pp.1517-1522
European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC) <24, 2009, Hamburg>
English
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer ISE ()

Abstract
Solar cells of "classic" external contact structure with front and rear contacts applying a passivated and locally contacted rear are presented in this paper. A variety of rear surface passivation schemes deposited by PECVD are discussed and compared using illuminated I-V, reflection and internal quantum efficiency measurements with fixed and variable bias light intensities. All cells presented were contacted on the rear by laser-firing. It is shown that amorphous hydrogenated silicon (a-Si) stacked with amorphous hydrogenated silicon oxide (SiOx) is reaching a comparable level of rear surface passivation as thermally grown silicon dioxide (SiO2) and that the bias-light dependence of such cells is lower than that of SiO2 or amorphous hydrogenated silicon nitride (SiNx) stacked with SiOx passivated cells. Additionally, firing stable stacks of SiOx, SiNx and SiOx are compared to SiCx and the above mentioned layer systems.

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