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B. Min, N. Wehmeier, T. Brendemuehl, F. Haase, Y. Larionova, L. Nasebandt, H. Schulte-Huxel, R. Peibst, and R. Brendel

716 mV Open-Circuit Voltage with Fully Screen-Printed p-Type Back Junction Solar Cells Featuring an Aluminum Front Grid and a Passivating Polysilicon on Oxide Contact at the Rear Side Artikel

Solar RRL 5 (1), 2000703, (2021).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: back junction, metallization, passivating contacts, polysilicon, screen-printing


B. Min, M. Müller, H. Wagner, G. Fischer, R. Brendel, P. P. Altermatt, and H. Neuhaus

A Roadmap Toward 24 % Efficient PERC Solar Cells in Industrial Mass Production Artikel

IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 7 (6), 1541-1550, (2017), ISSN: 2156-3381.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Conductivity, Mass production, metallization, Passivated emitter and rear cell (PERC) solar cells, Photovoltaic cells, roadmap, Semiconductor device modeling, silicon, silicon solar cells

J-C. Stang, M-S. Hendrichs, A. Merkle, R. Peibst, B. Stannowski, L. Korte, and B. Rech

ITO-free metallization for interdigitated back contact silicon heterojunction solar cells Artikel

Energy Procedia 124 (Supplement C), 379-383, (2017), ISSN: 1876-6102, (7th International Conference on Silicon Photovoltaics, SiliconPV 2017, 3-5 April 2017, Freiburg, Germany).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: aluminium, aluminum doped zinc-oxide, back contact, ITO, metallization, silicon heterojunction


F. Kiefer, J. Krügener, F. Heinemeyer, H. J. Osten, R. Brendel, and R. Peibst

Structural investigation of printed Ag/Al contacts on silicon and numerical modeling of their contact recombination Artikel

IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 6 (5), 1175-1182, (2016).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Ag/Al paste, boron emitters, Conductivity, Current density, Doping, metallization, Metals, Photovoltaic cells, screen-print contact, silicon, Surface treatment

J. Käsewieter, F. Haase, and M. Köntges

Model of cracked solar cell metallization leading to permanent module power loss Artikel

IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 6 (1), 28, (2016).

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Bridge circuits, Cell metallization, crack degradation, Electrical resistance measurement, Fatigue, fatigue model, metallization, photovoltaic (PV) module, Photovoltaic cells, power loss, Resistance, silicon


H. Schulte-Huxel, S. Kajari-Schröder, and R. Brendel

Analysis of thermal processes driving laser-welding of aluminum deposited on glass substrates for module interconnection of silicon solar cells Artikel

IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 5 (6), 1606-1612, (2015).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Al metallization, Aluminum, cell interconnection, Finite element analysis, finite-element method (FEM) simulations, Glass, laser processing, metallization, module integration, Surface morphology, Surface treatment, Welding

H. Hannebauer, S. Schimanke, T. Falcon, P. P. Altermatt, and T. Dullweber

Optimized stencil print for low Ag paste consumption and high conversion efficiencies Artikel

Energy Procedia 67 , 108-115, (2015), ISSN: 1876-6102, (Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Metallization for Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Dual print, metallization, Paste consumption;, PERC, screen-printing, Silicon solar cell


J. Käsewieter, F. Haase, M. H. Larrodé, and M. Köntges

Cracks in Solar Cell Metallization Leading to Module Power Loss under Mechanical Loads Artikel

Energy Procedia 55 , 469-477, (2014), ISSN: 1876-6102, (Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaics (SiliconPV 2014)).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: crack width, mechanical loads, metallization, power loss

T. Dullweber, H. Hannebauer, U. Baumann, T. Falcon, K. Bothe, S. Steckemetz, and R. Brendel

Fine-line printed 5 busbar PERC solar cells with conversion efficiencies beyond 21% Inproceedings

WIP (Hrsg.): Proceedings of the 29th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, 621-626, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (2014), ISBN: 3-936338-34-5.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Busbar(s), Dual print, Metallisation, metallization, PERC, Screen printing, Silicon Solar Cell(s)

R. Peibst, U. Römer, Y. Larionova, H. Schulte-Huxel, T. Ohrdes, M. Häberle, B. Lim, J. Krügener, D. Stichtenoth, T. Wütherich, C. Schöllhorn, J. Graff, and R. Brendel

Building blocks for back-junction back-contacted cells and modules with ion-implanted poly-Si junctions Inproceedings

IEEE (Hrsg.): 2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC) , 0852-0856, Denver, CO, USA, (2014), ISBN: 978-1-4799-4398-2.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Back contact solar cells, Ion implantation, Junctions, metallization, module-level interconnection, passivation, Photovoltaic cell, Photovoltaic cells, Radiative recombination, silicon, solar energy

F. Kiefer, R. Peibst, T. Ohrdes, J. Krügener, H. J. Osten, and R. Brendel

Emitter recombination current densities of boron emitters with silver/aluminum pastes Inproceedings

IEEE (Hrsg.): 2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC) , 2808-2812, Denver, CO, USA, (2014), ISBN: 978-1-4799-4398-2.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: boron, Current density, emitter, Implants, metallization, Photovoltaic cells, screen print, silicon, surface recombination

Y. Chen, P. P. Altermatt, J. Dong, S. Zhang, J. Liu, D. Chen, W. Deng, Y. Jiang, B. Liu, Wenming. Xiao, H. Zhu, H. Chen, Haijun. Jiao, X. Pan, M. Zhong, D. Wang, J. Sheng, Y. Zhang, H. Shen, Z. Feng, and P. J. Verlinden

Al-alloyed local contacts for industrial PERC cells by local printing Inproceedings

2014 IEEE 40th Photovoltaic Specialist Conference (PVSC), 3322-3325, (2014), ISSN: 0160-8371.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Firing, metallization, Numerical models, passivation, PERC cell, Photovoltaic cells, Printing, Screen printing, silicon, voids


M. Lehr, F. Heinemeyer, S. Eidelloth, T. Brendemühl, F. Kiefer, D. Münster, A. Lohse, M. Berger, N. Braun, and R. Brendel

How to Obtain Solderable Al/Ni:V/Ag Contacts Artikel

Energy Procedia 38 , 375-379, (2013), ISSN: 1876-6102, (Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaics (SiliconPV 2013)).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: evaporated aluminum, metallization, Silicon solar cell, Solderability

V. Jung, and M. Köntges

Al/Ni:V/Ag metal stacks as rear-side metallization for crystalline silicon solar cells Artikel

Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications 21 (5), 876-883, (2013).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: intermetallic compound growth, Long-term stability, metallization, peel force, Solar Cells

A. Dastgheib-Shirazi, G. Micard, H. Wagner, M. Steyer, P. Altermatt, and G. Hahn

Towards an optimized emitter for screen printed solar cells Inproceedings

IEEE (Hrsg.): 2013 IEEE 39th Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC) , 025-031, Tampa, FL, USA, (2013), ISBN: 978-1-4799-0512-6.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Contacts, Fluid flow, homogeneous emitter, metallization, Photovoltaic cells, Plasma temperature, POCl3-diffusion, Resistance, silicon, Simulation

S. Eidelloth, F. Heinemeyer, D. Münster, and R. Brendel

Aluminum Evaporation and Etching for the Front-Side Metallization of Solar Cells Artikel

IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 3 (2), 702-708, (2013).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Aluminum, Etching, metallization, Photovoltaic cells, Resists, Silver


V. Jung, F. Heinemeyer, and M. Köntges

Long-term stable encapsulated solder joints on an Al/Ni:V/Ag metallization for silicon solar cells Artikel

Energy Procedia 21 , 84-91, (2012), ISSN: 1876-6102, (Proceedings of Third Metallization Workshop on Metallization for Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: crystalline silicon, evaporation, laminate, long-term stable, metallization, solar cell, solder joint, sputtering

J. Müller, S. Gatz, K. Bothe, and R. Brendel

Optimizing the geometry of local aluminum-alloyed contacts to fully screen-printed silicon solar cells Inproceedings

IEEE (Hrsg.): 2012 38th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference , 002223-002228, Austin, TX, USA, (2012), ISBN: 978-1-4673-0064-3.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Analytical Model, Analytical models, Current density, local Al alloyed contacts, metallization, Photovoltaic cells, Reflectivity, Resistance, Screen printing, silicon, silicon solar cells

J. H. Petermann, T. Ohrdes, P. P. Altermatt, S. Eidelloth, and R. Brendel

19% efficient thin-film crystalline silicon solar cells from layer transfer using porous silicon: a loss analysis by means of three-dimensional simulations Artikel

IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 59 (4), 909-917, (2012).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Conductivity, kerfless, layer transfer, loss analysis, metallization, Photovoltaic cells, porous silicon (PSI), Resistance, silicon, Solid modeling, Surface treatment


J. Muller, K. Bothe, S. Gatz, H. Plagwitz, G. Schubert, and R. Brendel

Contact Formation and Recombination at Screen-Printed Local Aluminum-Alloyed Silicon Solar Cell Base Contacts Artikel

IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 58 (10), 3239-3245, (2011), ISSN: 0018-9383.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Carrier lifetime, Conductivity, Geometry, Laser ablation, local back surface field (LBSF), metallization, Scanning electron microscopy, silicon, silicon solar cells, Spontaneous emission

H. Hannebauer, T. Falcon, R. Hesse, T. Dullweber, and R. Brendel

18.9 %-Efficient Screen-Printed Solar Cells Applying a Print-on-Print Process Inproceedings

WIP (Hrsg.): 26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, 1607-1610, Hamburg, Germany, (2011), ISBN: 3-936338-27-2.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Metallisation, metallization, Screen printing, Shading

S. Gatz, T. Dullweber, and R. Brendel

Evaluation of Series Resistance Losses in Screen-Printed Solar Cells With Local Rear Contacts Artikel

IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics 1 (1), 37-42, (2011), ISSN: 2156-3381.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: Conductivity, Electrical resistance measurement, metallization, passivation, Photovoltaic cells, photovoltaics, Resistance, silicon, Solar Cells


J. Müller, K. Bothe, S. Gatz, F. Haase, C. Mader, and R. Brendel

Recombination at laser-processed local base contacts by dynamic infrared lifetime mapping Artikel

Journal of Applied Physics 108 (12), 124513, (2010).

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: charge carriers, Current density, metallization, passivation, point contacts

F. Heinemeyer, C. Mader, D. Münster, T. Dullweber, and R. Brendel

Inline High-Rate Thermal Evaporation of Aluminium for Novel Industrial Solar Cell Metallization Inproceedings

WIP (Hrsg.): 25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition / 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, 2066-2068, Valencia, Spain, (2010), ISBN: 3-936338-26-4.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: aluminium, Contact, Inline, Metallisation, metallization

R. Bock, J. Schmidt, S. Mau, B. Hoex, and R. Brendel

The ALU+ Concept: N-Type Silicon Solar Cells With Surface-Passivated Screen-Printed Aluminum-Alloyed Rear Emitter Artikel

IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 57 (8), 1966-1971, (2010), ISSN: 0018-9383.

Links | BibTeX | Schlagwörter: aluminium oxide, Aluminum oxide, amorphus silicon, atomic layer deposition, Current density, emitter passivation, Etching, metallization, n-type silicon, passivation, Photovoltaic cells, screen-printed emitter, silicon

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