Tin and energy of “hot” electrons will help increase the efficiency of perovskite photovoltaic cells up to 66%

Scientists from the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) have created tin perovskite material in which electrons are able to remain at a high energy level much longer than in other similar cases. In the future, this discovery will allow the creation of highly efficient photovoltaic cells based on perovskite, eliminating significant energy losses in the form of heat, as is usually the case in traditional solar panels.