Academia Survey

    Perovskite solar cells are a hot topic area of research among different new generation photovoltaic technologies, representing a breakthrough in the field of renewable energy. In the DIAMOND project, a consortium of 12 partners has come together to develop ultra-stable, highly efficient, and low-cost perovskite photovoltaics with minimal environmental impact. The project's objective is to surpass previous achievements in cell stability and propel the advancement of this technology towards commercial viability, creating a sustainable, low-carbon future for Europe's environment, economy, and society. One of the key advantages of perovskite solar cells is their potential to be manufactured at a lower cost, enabling wider accessibility to clean energy solutions. Moreover, their versatility and flexibility open new possibilities for integration into various applications and surfaces, further expanding their potential impact.

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    The DIAMOND project (GA no. 101084124) is being led by the Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE and is funded by the Horizon-CL5-2021-D3-03. The project includes a survey as part of Work Package 6 (Sustainability) to gather perceptions about the technology developed within the DIAMOND Project.
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