Latest Polycrystalline silicon photovoltaics Stories
In the medium term, an investment of only $2500 in photovoltaic cells would suffice to provide more than enough electricity for the consumption of a four people household.
A bold new design for thin film solar cells that requires significantly less silicon â€“ and may boost their efficiency â€“ is the result of an industry/academia collaboration between Oerlikon Solar in Switzerland and the Institute of Physics' photovoltaic group at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
TU Delft has demonstrated that the speed at which inexpensive solar cells are produced can be increased by a factor of ten â€“ and that this can be achieved without any detriment to the energy yield of the cells.
SiGen's innovative "kerf-free" wafering equipment moves into pilot line Silicon Genesis Corporation Alessandro Fujisaka, 408-228-5858 firstname.lastname@example.org Logo: http://www.sigen.com Silicon Genesis, a leader in process and technology for engineered substrates announced today that it has successfully produced solar substrates for the PV industry using a revolutionary "kerf-free" wafering process technology developed by SiGen called PolyMax(TM).
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