Compare photoelectrochemical and photo-driven electrochemical devices for solar hydrogen production using different metrics. The work is based on the publication Tembhurne et al., Nature Energy, doi:0.1038/s41560-019-0373-7, 2019. Implemented by the Laboratory of Renewable Energy Science and Engineering (LRESE) at EPFL headed by Prof. Sophia Haussener. Contact us for any comments or questions.
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|All III-V||Rare metal-based (expensive)||2J, integrated PVs and catalyst||3J, integrated PVs and catalyst|
|Partial III-V||Abundant (cheap)||2J, integrated PVs, wired catalyst||3J, integrated PVs, wired catalyst|
|All Si||2J, non-integrated PVs or catalyst||3J, non-integrated PVs or catalyst|
|Oxides and others|