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The perovskite-silicon tandem cell from imec (photo: imec)

Imec (Leuven, Belgium), a leading research hub in nanoelectronics, energy and digital technology, within the partnership of EnergyVille, recently announced a record result for its 4-terminal perovskite/silicon tandem photovoltaic cell. With a power conversion efficiency of 27.1 percent, the new imec tandem cell beats the most efficient standalone silicon solar cell. Further careful engineering of the Perovskite material will bring efficiencies over 30% in reach. 

Oxford PV’s perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells at the company’s industrial pilot line in Germany (photo: Oxford PV)

Oxford PV, a leader in the field of perovskite solar cells based in the UK, recently announced a new, certified, world record for its perovskite based solar cell.

The BIPV façade at ENGIE Fabricom, Antwerp (photo: Heliatek)

During the last two years, as part of the EU-funded PVme project, an international consortium of 10 companies and research centres worked together to find solutions for a sustainable building façade. PVme stands for "organic PhotoVoltaic systems integrated in Manufactured building Elements". Almost at the end of the project, the inauguration of the organic-based BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaics) façade took place recently at the Engie Fabricom building in Zwijndrecht, close to Antwerp, Belgium.

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