Abstract

Three methods for fabricating crystalline-silicon solar cells thinner than 40 μm are presented together with the integration of three nanostructuring schemes - texturing, photonic crystals, plasmons - to boost their light absorption and open new paths for lower-cost silicon cells.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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