A hybrid heterojunction and solid-state photoelectrochemical solar cell based on graphene woven fabrics (GWFs) and silicon is designed and fabricated. The GWFs are transferred onto n-Si to form a Schottky junction with an embedded polyvinyl alcohol based solid electrolyte. In the hybrid solar cell, solid electrolyte serves three purposes simutaneously; it is an anti-reflection layer, a chemical modification carrier, and a photoelectrochemical channel. The open-circuit voltage, short-circuit current density, and fill factor are all significantly improved, achieving an impressive power conversion efficiency of 11%. Solar cell models are constructed to confirm the hybrid working mechanism, with the heterojunction junction and photoelectrochemical effect functioning synergistically.