Efficiencies exceeding 40% have already been achieved with GaAs-based multijunction (MJ) solar cells. In this talk, we will discuss the unique advantages and challenges of fabricating hybrid InGaN-GaAs MJ cells for ultrahigh efficiency device designs.

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