steelydan,
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The real challenge lies in the mass commercialization of the perovskite technologies ... it has been talked about for years but with only limited commercial success.

Lantech,
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The perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are capable of retaining over 90 per cent of their initial performance after 600 hours of continuous operation

What happens after 600 hours? Slowed degredation, none, the same?

steelydan,
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@Lantech Not sure to be honest. But if the results were great, they would be talking about that. I worked in large-scale solar for about 12 years. The industry is still dominated (>90%) by poly- or monocrystalline cells. The point being is that there are a lot of promising technologies out there but it comes down to whether a technology is commercially viable, i.e. investors and banks are willing to finance it.

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