Double layer anti-reflective coatings for silicon solar cells

@article{Wright2005DoubleLA,
  title={Double layer anti-reflective coatings for silicon solar cells},
  author={D. N. Wright and E. S. Marstein and Arve Holt},
  journal={Conference Record of the Thirty-first IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={1237-1240}
}
In this paper simulated single and double layer anti-reflective coatings based on the refractive index limits of silicon nitride (SiN) and silicon oxide (SiO/sub 2/) are presented. The best structure combines SiN and SiO/sub 2/, resulting in a reflectance of 0.044 based on the AM1.5 photon flux from 300-1150 nm. PC1D solar cell simulations show that an increase in short circuit current density of 6.4% was possible by replacing an optimised single SiN layer with the above mentioned double layer. 
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