We developed a new process for the fabrication of crystalline solar cell, based on an ultrathin silicon membrane, taking advantage of porous silicon technology. The suggested architecture allows the costs reduction of silicon based solar cell reusing the same wafer to produce a great number of membranes. The architectures combines the efficiency of crystalline silicon solar cell, with the great absorption of porous silicon, and with a more efficient way to use the material. The new process faces the main challenge to achieve an effective and not expensive passivation of the porous silicon surface, in order to achieve an efficient photovoltaic device. At the same time the process suggests a smart way to selective doping of the macroporous silicon layers despite the through-going pores. © 2015 IEEE. SciVal Topic Prominence  Topic: Porous silicon | Silicon | macroporous silicon Prominence percentile: 66.984  Author keywords nanofabricationporous siliconsilicon nanoelectronicssolar cells Indexed keywords Engineering controlled terms: Crystalline materialsNanoelectronicsNanostructured materialsNanotechnologyPorous siliconSiliconSilicon wafersSolar cells Engineering uncontrolled terms Crystalline silicon solar cellsCrystalline solar cellsMacro porous siliconPhotovoltaic devicesPorous silicon surfacesPorous silicon technologySilicon nanoelectronicsUltrathin silicon membrane Engineering main heading: Silicon solar cells ISBN: 978-146738155-0 Source Type: Conference Proceeding Original language: English DOI: 10.1109/NANO.2015.7388710 Document Type: Conference Paper Sponsors: Nanotechnology Council Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. References (9) View in search results format ▻ All Export  Print  E-mail Save to PDF Create bibliography 1 (2012) International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaics Results 2012. Cited 24 times. ITRPV, Third Edition, Berlin 2012 www.ITRPV.net 2 Lehmann, V., Honlein, W., Stengl, R., Willer, J., Wendt, H. (1992) Verfahren Zur Herstellung Einer Solarzelle Aus Einer Substratscheibe. Cited 6 times. German patent DE4204455C1; Filing date: 29. 01. 3 Brendel, R., Ernst, M. Macroporous Si as an absorber for thin-film solar cells (2010) Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letters, 4 (1-2), pp. 40-42. Cited 22 times. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/123215552/PDFSTART doi: 10.1002/pssr.200903372 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 4 Ernst, M., Brendel, R., Ferré, R., Harder, N.-P. Thin macroporous silicon heterojunction solar cells (2012) Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letters, 6 (5), pp. 187-189. Cited 16 times. doi: 10.1002/pssr.201206113 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 5 Ernst, M., Brendel, R. Macroporous silicon solar cells with an epitaxial emitter (2013) IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 3 (2), art. no. 6472253, pp. 723-729. Cited 7 times. doi: 10.1109/JPHOTOV.2013.2247094 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 6 Ernst, M., Schulte-Huxel, H., Niepelt, R., Kajari-Schröder, S., Brendel, R. Thin crystalline macroporous silicon solar cells with ion implanted emitter (Open Access) (2013) Energy Procedia, 38, pp. 910-918. Cited 2 times. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/18766102 doi: 10.1016/j.egypro.2013.07.364 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 7 Nenzi, P., Kholostov, K., Crescenzi, R., Bondarenka, H., Bondarenko, V., Balucani, M. Electrochemically etched TSV for porous silicon interposer technologies (2013) Proceedings - Electronic Components and Technology Conference, art. no. 6575887, pp. 2201-2207. Cited 2 times. ISBN: 978-147990233-0 doi: 10.1109/ECTC.2013.6575887 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 8 Perticaroli, S., Varlamava, V., Palma, F. Microwave sensing of nanostructured semiconductor surfaces (2014) Applied Physics Letters, 104 (1), art. no. 013110. Cited 3 times. doi: 10.1063/1.4861424 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 9 De Cesare, G., Caputo, D., Tucci, M. Electrical properties of ITO/crystalline-silicon contact at different deposition temperatures (2012) IEEE Electron Device Letters, 33 (3), art. no. 6142006, pp. 327-329. Cited 28 times. doi: 10.1109/LED.2011.2180356 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher © Copyright 2017 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved. ◅ Back to results ◅ Previous 3of10 Next ▻  Top of page Metrics Learn more about article metrics in Scopus (opens in a new window)  0 Citations in Scopus 0 Learn more about Field-Weighted Citation Impact Field-Weighted Citation Impact PlumX Metrics Usage, Captures, Mentions, Social Media and Citations beyond Scopus.  Cited by 0 documents Inform me when this document is cited in Scopus: Set citation alert ▻ Set citation feed ▻ Related documents Thin crystalline macroporous silicon solar cells with ion implanted emitter Ernst, M. , Schulte-Huxel, H. , Niepelt, R. (2013) Energy Procedia Multilayer etching for kerf-free solar cells from macroporous silicon Schäfer, S. , Ernst, M. , Kajari-Schröder, S. (2013) Energy Procedia Macroporous silicon solar cells with an epitaxial emitter Ernst, M. , Brendel, R. 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The architectures combines the efficiency of crystalline silicon solar cell, with the great absorption of porous silicon, and with a more efficient way to use the material. The new process faces the main challenge to achieve an effective and not expensive passivation of the porous silicon surface, in order to achieve an efficient photovoltaic device. At the same time the process suggests a smart way to selective doping of the macroporous silicon layers despite the through-going pores.

Porous silicon solar cells / Balucani, Marco; Kholostov, Konstantin; Varlamava, Volha; Palma, Fabrizio; Izzi, Massimo; Serenelli, Luca; Tucci, Mario. - STAMPA. - (2015), pp. 724-727. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 15th IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, IEEE-NANO 2015 tenutosi a Roma nel 2015 [10.1109/NANO.2015.7388710].

Porous silicon solar cells

BALUCANI, Marco;PALMA, Fabrizio;SERENELLI, LUCA;
2015

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We developed a new process for the fabrication of crystalline solar cell, based on an ultrathin silicon membrane, taking advantage of porous silicon technology. The suggested architecture allows the costs reduction of silicon based solar cell reusing the same wafer to produce a great number of membranes. The architectures combines the efficiency of crystalline silicon solar cell, with the great absorption of porous silicon, and with a more efficient way to use the material. The new process faces the main challenge to achieve an effective and not expensive passivation of the porous silicon surface, in order to achieve an efficient photovoltaic device. At the same time the process suggests a smart way to selective doping of the macroporous silicon layers despite the through-going pores. © 2015 IEEE. SciVal Topic Prominence  Topic: Porous silicon | Silicon | macroporous silicon Prominence percentile: 66.984  Author keywords nanofabricationporous siliconsilicon nanoelectronicssolar cells Indexed keywords Engineering controlled terms: Crystalline materialsNanoelectronicsNanostructured materialsNanotechnologyPorous siliconSiliconSilicon wafersSolar cells Engineering uncontrolled terms Crystalline silicon solar cellsCrystalline solar cellsMacro porous siliconPhotovoltaic devicesPorous silicon surfacesPorous silicon technologySilicon nanoelectronicsUltrathin silicon membrane Engineering main heading: Silicon solar cells ISBN: 978-146738155-0 Source Type: Conference Proceeding Original language: English DOI: 10.1109/NANO.2015.7388710 Document Type: Conference Paper Sponsors: Nanotechnology Council Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. References (9) View in search results format ▻ All Export  Print  E-mail Save to PDF Create bibliography 1 (2012) International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaics Results 2012. Cited 24 times. ITRPV, Third Edition, Berlin 2012 www.ITRPV.net 2 Lehmann, V., Honlein, W., Stengl, R., Willer, J., Wendt, H. (1992) Verfahren Zur Herstellung Einer Solarzelle Aus Einer Substratscheibe. Cited 6 times. German patent DE4204455C1; Filing date: 29. 01. 3 Brendel, R., Ernst, M. Macroporous Si as an absorber for thin-film solar cells (2010) Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letters, 4 (1-2), pp. 40-42. Cited 22 times. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/123215552/PDFSTART doi: 10.1002/pssr.200903372 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 4 Ernst, M., Brendel, R., Ferré, R., Harder, N.-P. Thin macroporous silicon heterojunction solar cells (2012) Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letters, 6 (5), pp. 187-189. Cited 16 times. doi: 10.1002/pssr.201206113 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 5 Ernst, M., Brendel, R. Macroporous silicon solar cells with an epitaxial emitter (2013) IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics, 3 (2), art. no. 6472253, pp. 723-729. Cited 7 times. doi: 10.1109/JPHOTOV.2013.2247094 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 6 Ernst, M., Schulte-Huxel, H., Niepelt, R., Kajari-Schröder, S., Brendel, R. Thin crystalline macroporous silicon solar cells with ion implanted emitter (Open Access) (2013) Energy Procedia, 38, pp. 910-918. Cited 2 times. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/18766102 doi: 10.1016/j.egypro.2013.07.364 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 7 Nenzi, P., Kholostov, K., Crescenzi, R., Bondarenka, H., Bondarenko, V., Balucani, M. Electrochemically etched TSV for porous silicon interposer technologies (2013) Proceedings - Electronic Components and Technology Conference, art. no. 6575887, pp. 2201-2207. Cited 2 times. ISBN: 978-147990233-0 doi: 10.1109/ECTC.2013.6575887 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 8 Perticaroli, S., Varlamava, V., Palma, F. Microwave sensing of nanostructured semiconductor surfaces (2014) Applied Physics Letters, 104 (1), art. no. 013110. Cited 3 times. doi: 10.1063/1.4861424 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher 9 De Cesare, G., Caputo, D., Tucci, M. Electrical properties of ITO/crystalline-silicon contact at different deposition temperatures (2012) IEEE Electron Device Letters, 33 (3), art. no. 6142006, pp. 327-329. Cited 28 times. doi: 10.1109/LED.2011.2180356 Locate full-text(opens in a new window) View at Publisher © Copyright 2017 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved. ◅ Back to results ◅ Previous 3of10 Next ▻  Top of page Metrics Learn more about article metrics in Scopus (opens in a new window)  0 Citations in Scopus 0 Learn more about Field-Weighted Citation Impact Field-Weighted Citation Impact PlumX Metrics Usage, Captures, Mentions, Social Media and Citations beyond Scopus.  Cited by 0 documents Inform me when this document is cited in Scopus: Set citation alert ▻ Set citation feed ▻ Related documents Thin crystalline macroporous silicon solar cells with ion implanted emitter Ernst, M. , Schulte-Huxel, H. , Niepelt, R. (2013) Energy Procedia Multilayer etching for kerf-free solar cells from macroporous silicon Schäfer, S. , Ernst, M. , Kajari-Schröder, S. (2013) Energy Procedia Macroporous silicon solar cells with an epitaxial emitter Ernst, M. , Brendel, R. (2013) IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics View all related documents based on references Find more related documents in Scopus based on: Authors ▻ Keywords ▻ About Scopus What is Scopus Content coverage Scopus blog Scopus API Privacy matters Language 日本語に切り替える 切换到简体中文 切換到繁體中文 Русский язык Customer Service Help Contact us Elsevier Terms and conditions ↗ Privacy policy ↗ Copyright © 2018 Elsevier B.V ↗. All rights reserved. Scopus® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content. By continuing, you agree to the use of cookies. RELX Group We developed a new process for the fabrication of crystalline solar cell, based on an ultrathin silicon membrane, taking advantage of porous silicon technology. The suggested architecture allows the costs reduction of silicon based solar cell reusing the same wafer to produce a great number of membranes. The architectures combines the efficiency of crystalline silicon solar cell, with the great absorption of porous silicon, and with a more efficient way to use the material. The new process faces the main challenge to achieve an effective and not expensive passivation of the porous silicon surface, in order to achieve an efficient photovoltaic device. At the same time the process suggests a smart way to selective doping of the macroporous silicon layers despite the through-going pores.
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