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We demonstrate the fabrication of polymersolar cells in which both a PEDOT:PSS hole transport and a PCDTBT:PCBM photoactive layer are deposited by spray-casting. Two device geometries are explored, with devices having a pixel area of 165 mm2 attaining a power conversion efficiency of 3.7%. Surface metrology indicates that the PEDOT:PSS and PCDTBT:PCBM layers have a roughness of 2.57 nm and 1.18 nm over an area of 100 m2. Light beam induced current mapping reveals fluctuations in current generation efficiency over length-scales of ∼2 mm, with the average photocurrent being 75% of its maximum value.

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