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제128회 대한화학회 학술발표회, 총회 및 기기전시회 RECENT REVIEW ON ORGANIC AND PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS FOR BIPV APPLICATIONS

등록일
2021년 8월 31일 15시 36분 17초
접수번호
4462
발표코드
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발표시간
목 16시 : 30분
발표형식
심포지엄
발표분야
Inorganic Chemistry - Past, Present and Future of Energy Chemistry in Korea
저자 및
공동저자
Kwanghee Lee
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

To achieve zero-carbon or zero-energy buildings, buildings must generate energy from on-site renewable energy resources through the concept of building-integrated-photovoltaic (BIPV) systems, and also prevent energy loss to the surroundings through the use of high-performance thermal insulation materials. Moreover, such BIPV systems should be not only economic and effective but also an environmentally friendly aesthetic tool for future architecture. However, existing BIPV systems only replace the materials of conventional building envelope components such as the walls or roofs owing to the opaque and brittle characteristics of conventional photovoltaics for BIPV. Therefore, current BIPVs are unsuitable for state-of-the-art modern buildings equipped with exterior window glasses on almost all of their surfaces. To achieve zero-carbon/zero-energy consumption in future buildings, BIPVs must be consist of window-film-like PV cells with semi-transparency and flexibility for facilitating their lamination onto any exterior windows on the buildings. In this talk, I am going to address the current state of the arts of organic solar cells (OSCs) and perovskite solar cells (PSCs), which are introduced into window-film-type flexible and semi-transparent BIPV systems. Because organic semiconductors and perovskites are inherently semi-transparent in the visible region and mechanically flexible, in contrast to the opaque, brittle inorganic semiconductors used in conventional BIPVs, they are excellent candidate materials for such window-film-type BIPVs. I will also present our recent innovative method for producing high-performance flexible and transparent OPVs by integrating two types of flexible and transparent electrodes (FTEs), i.e., an ultra-thin metal and a conducting polymer as the bottom and top FTEs, respectively. Finally, the current achievements in the photostability and thermal stability issues in these promising PV systems will be reviewed and discussed.


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