The challenge to reversing the layer sequence of organic photovoltaics (OPVs) is to prepare a selective contact
bottom cathode and to achieve a suitable morphology for carrier collection in the inverted structure. We report the
creation of an efficient electron selective bottom contact based on a solution-processed Titania layer on top of Indium
Tin Oxide. The use of o-xylene as the casting solvent creates an efficient carrier collection network with little vertical
phase segregation, providing sufficient performance for both regular as well as inverted solar cells. We demonstrate
inverted layer sequence OPVs with AM 1.5-calibrated power conversion efficiencies of over 3%.