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Microphotonic spectrum-splitting & concentration for high-efficiency photovoltaics

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Abstract

We present a diffractive microphotonic element that can split solar spectrum into 2 or more spectral bands, and concentrate these bands onto optimal absorbers. We experimentally demonstrated an increase in output power of 35% with a 3-band configuration.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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