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Lightweight and flexible perovskites are highly promising materials for the fabrication of photovoltaics.

Researchers at Nanjing University, Shanghai have recently introduced a new strategy to develop more efficient solar cells based on flexible perovskites.

The flexible and all perovskites tandem solar cells devised by the researchers have a carefully studied design and composition.

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Perovskite solar cell takes less energy to manufacture than their well-established silicon equivalents by challenging their efficiency.

Power conversion efficiencies of 18% have been seen in prototype devices, which is among the greatest efficiencies for a planar structured perovskite solar cell treated at a low temperature.

The lightweight, flexible all-perovskite cells cost effeCtivE to transfer, install and store.