Spectrally-Selective Photonic Structures for PV Applications
AbstractWe review several examples of how spectrally-selective photonic structures may be used to improve solar cell systems. Firstly, we introduce different spectrally-selective structures that are based on interference effects. Examples shown include Rugate filter, edge filter and 3D photonic crystals such as artificial opals. In the second part, we discuss several examples of photovoltaic (PV) concepts that utilize spectral selectivity such as fluorescence collectors, upconversion systems, spectrum splitting concepts and the intermediate reflector concept. The potential of spectrally selective filters in the context of solar cells is discussed. View Full-Text
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Peters, M.; Goldschmidt, J.C.; Löper, P.; Groß, B.; Üpping, J.; Dimroth, F.; Wehrspohn, R.B.; Bläsi, B. Spectrally-Selective Photonic Structures for PV Applications. Energies 2010, 3, 171-193.
Peters M, Goldschmidt JC, Löper P, Groß B, Üpping J, Dimroth F, Wehrspohn RB, Bläsi B. Spectrally-Selective Photonic Structures for PV Applications. Energies. 2010; 3(2):171-193.Chicago/Turabian Style
Peters, Marius; Goldschmidt, Jan Christoph; Löper, Philipp; Groß, Bernhard; Üpping, Johannes; Dimroth, Frank; Wehrspohn, Ralf B.; Bläsi, Benedikt. 2010. "Spectrally-Selective Photonic Structures for PV Applications." Energies 3, no. 2: 171-193.