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Environmentally compatible organic solar cells

They are light, flexible, and can be produced in many colors: Organic solar cells have many advantages over conventional cells and can be used in a variety of applications and designs. So far, manufacture of these solar cells or, to be more exact, precipitation of layers made of light-absorbing organic semiconductors has required the use of solvents harmful to health. In the UNICORN project, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), KIT researchers, in cooperation with MJR PharmJet GmbH, have developed environmentally compatible processes for the coating and printing of organic semiconductors.

 

Video: "Gips-Schüle-Stiftung – Forschungspreisträger 2015: Nanopartikel für Solarzellen" (only in german)

 

 

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Stefan Gärtner und Alexander Colsmann vom KIT (Foto Markus Breig, KIT Flexible Solarfolien (Foto Dr. Sebastian Schulz, KIT) Effizienzsteigerung von ultradünnen Sonnenkollektoren aus speziellen Polymeren (Foto Dr. Sebastian Schulz, KIT)

Stefan Gärtner (left) und Alexander Colsmann (right) from KIT (Photo Markus Breig, KIT)

 

 

Flexible solarcells (Photo Dr. Sebastian Schulz, KIT)

 

Developing environmentally compatible processes for the coating and printing of organice semiconducters (Photo Dr. Sebastian Schulz, KIT)

Forschung an druckbarer organischer Photovoltaik
Environmentally friendly production of organic solar cells (Photo: Alexander Colsmann, LTI)

 

Flexible semi-transparent organic solar cell module (Photo: Daniel Bahro, LTI) Organic solar module (Photo: Dominik Landerer)
   
Semi-transparent organic solar cells (Photo: Dominik Landerer)