Scientists working on the TREASORES project at the University of Valencia in Spain, and the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy in Germany, together with colleagues from other institutions, have shown that power conversion efficiencies in excess of 7% can be achieved for perovskite based solar cells on flexible organic substrates, even when repeatedly flexed. This makes the technology eminently suitable in future for roll-to-roll manufacture, and thus lower costs per unit area. The research was described in the Royal Society of Chemistry Journal “Energy and Environmental Science” .

Cheaper Devices

The TREASORES project will allow cheaper fabrication of organic electronics, and so more affordable consumer devices.

Flexible Devices

The technology developed by TREASORES will allow devices to be flexible.

Better Devices!

TREASORES will create more efficient solar cells and light sources.