Costing Analysis of Scalable Carbon‐Based Perovskite Modules Using Bottom Up Technique

  title={Costing Analysis of Scalable Carbon‐Based Perovskite Modules Using Bottom Up Technique},
  author={Priyanka Kajal and Bhupesh Kumar Verma and Satya Gangadhara Rao Vadaga and Satvasheel Powar},
  journal={Global Challenges},
In recent years, perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have achieved a remarkable power conversion efficiency of 25.5%, indicating that they are a promising alternative to dominant Si photovoltaic (PV) technology. This technology is expected to solve the world's energy demand with minimal investment and very low CO2 emissions. The market has shown a lot of interest in PSCs technology. A technoeconomic analysis is a useful tool for tracking manufacturing costs and forecasting whether technology will… 
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