A deeper look into the design of highly efficient semitransparent perovskite/organic tandem solar cells

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Solar cells transparent in the visible range are highly requested for integration in see-through photovoltaic (PV) applications such as building glass façades or greenhouse roofs. The development of advanced transparent PV can fully exploit the tandem technology where the top cell absorbs the near-ultraviolet solar spectrum while the bottom one absorbs the near-infrared part. In our Solar RRL publication, a possible implementation of this tandem PV paradigm, namely, the tandem structure composed of a high-bandgap halide perovskite solar cell and a low-bandgap organic solar cell, is considered.