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Название: Solar Cell Efficiency Tables (Version 27)
Авторы: Green M.A., Emery K., King D.L.
Since January, 1993, ‘Progress in Photovoltaics’ has published 6 monthly listings of the highest
confirmed efficiencies for a range of photovoltaic cell and module technologies. By providing guidelines for the inclusion of results into these tables, this not only provides an authoritative summary of the
current state of the art but also encourages researchers to seek independent confirmation of results and to report results on a standardised basis. In the present article, new results since July, 2005 are briefly reviewed.
The most important criterion for inclusion of results into the tables is that they must have been measured by a recognised test centre listed in an earlier issue. A distinction is made between three different eligible areas: total area; aperture area and designated illumination area. ‘Active area’ efficiencies are not included. There are also certain minimum values of the area sought for the different device types (above 0.05 cm^2 for a concentrator cell, 1 cm^2 for a one-sun cell, and 800 cm^2 for a module).
Results are reported for cells and modules made from different semiconductors and for sub-categories within each semiconductor grouping (e.g. crystalline, polycrystalline and thin film).