Opening a Wider Processing Window With Low Temperature Conductive Pastes

As efforts are made to bring perovskite photovoltaics to an industrially viable level, exploring solar cell architectures avoiding the use of costly materials and inadequate evaporation techniques become a necessity.

It is well known though, that perovskites may not withstand very high temperatures during solar cell manufacturing. What’s more, flexible substrates made of plastic materials are often used in the quest for novel photovoltaic technologies and easier manufacturing processes. With that however, comes the requirement to limit treatments to relatively low temperatures.

With that in mind, Solaronix is now introducing two new low temperature processable pastes for the deposition of carbon and silver layers.

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