Fair and meaningful device performance comparison among luminescent solar concentrator-photovoltaic (LSC-PV) reports cannot be realized without a general consensus on reporting standards in LSC-PV research. Therefore, it is imperative to adopt standardized characterization protocols for these emerging types of PV devices that are consistent with other PV devices. This commentary highlights several common limitations in LSC literature and summarizes the best practices moving forward to harmonize with standard PV reporting, considering the greater nuances present with LSC-PV. Based on these practices, a checklist of actionable items is provided to help standardize the characterization/reporting protocols and offer a set of baseline expectations for authors, reviewers, and editors. The general consensus combined with the checklist will ultimately guide LSC-PV research towards reliable and meaningful advances.

Consensus statement: Standardized reporting of power-producing luminescent solar concentrator performance

Ceroni, P;Mazzaro, R;
2022

Abstract

Fair and meaningful device performance comparison among luminescent solar concentrator-photovoltaic (LSC-PV) reports cannot be realized without a general consensus on reporting standards in LSC-PV research. Therefore, it is imperative to adopt standardized characterization protocols for these emerging types of PV devices that are consistent with other PV devices. This commentary highlights several common limitations in LSC literature and summarizes the best practices moving forward to harmonize with standard PV reporting, considering the greater nuances present with LSC-PV. Based on these practices, a checklist of actionable items is provided to help standardize the characterization/reporting protocols and offer a set of baseline expectations for authors, reviewers, and editors. The general consensus combined with the checklist will ultimately guide LSC-PV research towards reliable and meaningful advances.
Yang, CC; Atwater, HA; Baldo, MA; Baran, D; Barile, CJ; Barr, MC; Bates, M; Bawendi, MG; Bergren, MR; Borhan, B; Brabec, CJ; Brovelli, S; Bulovic, V; Ceroni, P; Debije, MG; Delgado-Sanchez, JM; Dong, WJ; Duxbury, PM; Evans, RC; Forrest, SR; Gamelin, DR; Giebink, NC; Gong, X; Griffini, G; Guo, F; Herrera, CK; Ho-Baillie, AWY; Holmes, RJ; Hong, SK; Kirchartz, T; Levine, BG; Li, HB; Li, YL; Liu, DY; Loi, MA; Luscombe, CK; Makarov, NS; Mateen, F; Mazzaro, R; McDaniel, H; McGehee, MD; Meinardi, F; Menendez-Velazquez, A; Min, J; Mitzi, DB; Moemeni, M; Moon, JH; Nattestad, A; Nazeeruddin, MK; Nogueira, AF; Paetzold, UW; Patrick, DL; Pucci, A; Rand, BP; Reichmanis, E; Richards, BS; Roncali, J; Rosei, F; Schmidt, TW; So, F; Tu, CC; Vahdani, A; van Sark, WGJHM; Verduzco, R; Vomiero, A; Wong, WWH; Wu, KF; Yip, HL; Zhang, XW; Zhao, HG; Lunt, RR
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