Dr. D. Nirmal
The attributes of the organic materials have made them more prominent in a wide range of applications engaged for large or small purpose such as the solar cells or the displays in the mobile devices. The solar cells developed using the organic semiconductors are more advantageous due to their flexibility and their easy installation. Despite the versatile nature of the and easy implementation the organic semiconductors still suffers from low efficiency in term of cost, performance and size. The proposed method incorporates the nanomaterials in the organic solar cell to improvise efficiency (performance) and to minimize the cost as well as the size of the solar cells. The proposed method replaces the semiconductor that is organic by incorporating the organic semiconductors with the nanoparticle additives to have a perfect blending in solution to improve the crystallizations of the semiconductor, and the uniformity thus improvising the power conversion efficiency in the solar cells and minimizing the size and the cost . The result acquired through evaluation proves the performance improvements to 19% form 3.5% in the solar cells.