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In this webinar we discuss advanced interconnection technologies as developed at Solliance partners TNO and Forschungszentrum Jülich. Interconnection technology is needed to create a working solar module from a stack of thin-film photovoltaic layers. Together with researchers Veronique Gevaerts and Stefan Haas we take a...

In this sixth Solliance webinar, we focus on atomic layer deposition. This deposition technique is developing fast and can create ultra-thin layers with high accuracy, which maybe crucial for reliability of flexible, thin film solar. We will discuss the development new functional layers for photovoltaic...

A lot of energy has been invested in the research to arrive at stable perovskite based solar cells. New chemical composition, new layers and new barrier technologies combined made these solar cells more resilient to oxygen and moisture. The milestone of one thousand hours in...

What is possible if you take this tandem concept even further? Can you fine tune the absorption wave length? What happens if you stack three, four or even more perovskite based solar cells on top of each other?...

One of the unique features of perovskite based solar cells is their translucency. Only a part of the spectrum is absorbed, leaving the module is transparent for other colours. This means another solar modules can convert the' left-over' to electrical energy. The tandem solar modules...

To come to a sustainable energy production, we need large amounts of solar cells. For perovskite solution based printing techniques are available, so the future perovskite solar modules are printed on flexible carriers. Roll-to-roll processes are researched by Ilker Dogan at Solliance Solar Research. He...

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