2019 is soon over - and it was and interesting year for the perovskite industry - with some initial signs of commercialization as actual production capacity is being finally built and some novel research activities.

Here are the top 10 stories posted on Perovskite-Info in 2019, ranked by popularity (i.e. how many people read the story):

  1. HZB team achieves 21.6% efficiency for perovskite CIGS tandem solar cell (Feb 5)
  2. Perovskite-based quantum dots - a guest post by Ossila (Jan 7)
  3. DoE announces $130 Million for early-stage solar research project (Mar 27)
  4. Researchers reduce reflection losses and reach 25.2% conversion efficiency in perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells (Feb 22)
  5. Novel method creates high-quality crystalline and stable FAPbI3 perovskite thin films (Mar 24)
  6. Chinese researchers create efficient perovskite-based solar cells using Graphdiyne, a unique carbon material (Jan 10)
  7. Perovskite solar cell developer Swift Solar raises $4.6 million (Jan 1)
  8. Researchers characterize structural defects in perovskites (Nov 26)
  9. Oxford PV raises £31 Million funding (Mar 17)
  10. Oxford PV and Meyer Burger enter strategic partnership (Mar 24)

We are hopeful for a bright and exciting 2020, and hopefully we'll see production of commercial perovskite solar panels beginning by the end of year.




It looks like you forgot about the 1st in the world pilot-line for flexible perovskite being under completion in Wroclaw, Poland

We've been avidly following

We've been avidly following Saule's progress, and have posted on the completion of the clean room construction. In terms of reads, Saule-related posts did not make it to our top ten this year. We welcome the company to send us detailed updates on the production line process!