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Photovoltaic Programme Edition 2007. Summary Report, Project List, Annual Project Reports 2006 (Abstracts)

Abstract

This 2007 edition summary report for the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE), reports on the work done within the framework of the Swiss Photovoltaics Program in 2006. The document contains 46 abstracts on work done in the photovoltaics area. The subjects reported on in the thin-film photovoltaics sector include advanced processing and characterisation of thin film silicon solar cells, high-rate deposition of micro-crystalline silicon, a new large-area VHF reactor for high-rate deposition of micro-crystalline silicon, the stability of zinc oxide in encapsulated thin film silicon solar cells, spectral photocurrent measurement, roll-to-roll technology for the production of thin film silicon modules, advanced thin film technologies, ultra thin silicon wafer cutting, bifacial thin industrial multi-crystalline silicon solar cells, flexible CIGS solar cells and mini-modules, large-area CIS-based thin-film solar modules and advanced thin-film technologies. In the area of dye-sensitised modules, the following projects are reported on: Dye-sensitised nano-crystalline solar cells, voltage enhancement of dye solar cells and molecular orientation as well as low band-gap and new hybrid device concepts for the improvement of flexible organic solar cells. Other projects reported on include a new PV wave making more efficient use of the solar spectrum, photovoltaic textiles, organic photovoltaic devices, photo-electrochemical and photovoltaic  More>>
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2007
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
SFOE-270162_e
Resource Relation:
Other Information: A full version including all annual project reports is available in German under SFOE number 270162{sub d} and a French summary is also available under SFOE number 270161{sub f} (URL: http://www.energieforschung.ch)
Subject:
14 SOLAR ENERGY; PHOTOVOLTAIC CONVERSION; PHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS; SOLAR CELLS; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER; TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION; APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY; FEASIBILITY STUDIES; SILICON SOLAR CELLS; AMORPHOUS STATE; THIN FILMS; FLEXIBILITY; PLASTICS; DYES; SENSITIZERS; COORDINATED RESEARCH PROGRAMS; SWITZERLAND; REVIEWS; PROGRESS REPORT; INTEGRATED ENERGY UTILITY SYSTEMS; MONITORING; INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION; INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY; STATISTICAL DATA
Sponsoring Organizations:
Swiss Federal Office of Energy, Berne (Switzerland)
OSTI ID:
22000222
Research Organizations:
Net Nowak Energy and Technology Ltd, St. Ursen (Switzerland)
Country of Origin:
Switzerland
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: CH10E1320
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited. Available from ETDE as OSTI ID: 22000222;
Submitting Site:
CH
Size:
71 page(s)
Announcement Date:
Dec 06, 2012

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None. Photovoltaic Programme Edition 2007. Summary Report, Project List, Annual Project Reports 2006 (Abstracts). Switzerland: N. p., 2007. Web.
None. Photovoltaic Programme Edition 2007. Summary Report, Project List, Annual Project Reports 2006 (Abstracts). Switzerland.
None. 2007. "Photovoltaic Programme Edition 2007. Summary Report, Project List, Annual Project Reports 2006 (Abstracts)." Switzerland.
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title = {Photovoltaic Programme Edition 2007. Summary Report, Project List, Annual Project Reports 2006 (Abstracts)}
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abstractNote = {This 2007 edition summary report for the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE), reports on the work done within the framework of the Swiss Photovoltaics Program in 2006. The document contains 46 abstracts on work done in the photovoltaics area. The subjects reported on in the thin-film photovoltaics sector include advanced processing and characterisation of thin film silicon solar cells, high-rate deposition of micro-crystalline silicon, a new large-area VHF reactor for high-rate deposition of micro-crystalline silicon, the stability of zinc oxide in encapsulated thin film silicon solar cells, spectral photocurrent measurement, roll-to-roll technology for the production of thin film silicon modules, advanced thin film technologies, ultra thin silicon wafer cutting, bifacial thin industrial multi-crystalline silicon solar cells, flexible CIGS solar cells and mini-modules, large-area CIS-based thin-film solar modules and advanced thin-film technologies. In the area of dye-sensitised modules, the following projects are reported on: Dye-sensitised nano-crystalline solar cells, voltage enhancement of dye solar cells and molecular orientation as well as low band-gap and new hybrid device concepts for the improvement of flexible organic solar cells. Other projects reported on include a new PV wave making more efficient use of the solar spectrum, photovoltaic textiles, organic photovoltaic devices, photo-electrochemical and photovoltaic conversion and storage of solar energy, PV modules with antireflex glass, improved integration of PV into existing buildings, the seventh program at the LEEE-TISO, the 'PV enlargement' and 'Performance' programs, efficiency and annual electricity production of PV modules, photovoltaics system technology 2005-2006, an update on photovoltaics in view of the 'ecoinvent' v.2.0 tool and environmental information services for solar energy industries. The contributions to four Swiss IEA PVPS tasks and the Swiss interdepartmental platform for renewable energy promotion in international co-operation REPIC are reported on, as is standardisation work and the networking and integration of national and regional programs. Further, mounting system for thin-film modules in facades, roof-integration of amorphous thin-film cells, a zero-energy schoolhouse, the installation of thin-film modules on the flat roof at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, a further flat roof integration project and the Solgreen 'Kraftwerk 1' installation in Zurich are reported on. Further reports deal with an autonomous power supply using photovoltaics and fuel cells, a measurement campaign in Wittigkofen, the Swiss Photovoltaic Internet Portal, the Swiss Solar ElectriCity Guide and Swiss photovoltaic energy statistics for 2006. The report is also available in German and French.}
place = {Switzerland}
year = {2007}
month = {Jul}
}