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LUMINESCENT SOLAR CONCENTRATORS

Perovskites cut energy losses

Nature Energyvolume 4pages176177 (2019) | Download Citation

The realization of perovskite nanostructures featuring high emission efficiency and a wide Stokes shift is proving difficult, limiting their impact on luminescent solar concentration technology. Now, engineered exciton routing within multilayered perovskite nanoplatelets may open a path towards high-performing, low-loss devices.

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  1. Dipartimento di Scienza dei Materiali, Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca, Milano, Italy

    • Sergio Brovelli
  2. Glass to Power SpA, Rovereto, Italy

    • Sergio Brovelli

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S.B. is a founder and the Chief Science Officer of Glass to Power SpA, which produces and commercializes semi-transparent building-integrated photovoltaic modules based on the LSC technology. S.B. declares no competing interests with the current work.

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