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A consortium of companies and the knowledge institute Solliance Solar Research collaborates in the development of plastic roof elements, that generate electrical energy can store solar heat. With a budget of 3 million Euros, the consortium will integrate thin film solar cells, develop the required...

Energy generated from sun. Soon it will provide a warm house and the large-scale production of sustainable fuels. But if you only apply the current generation techniques for the required new solar installations, then that requires a lot of scarce space. How can you cleverly...

Last week Solar @ Sea started the first field test for an offshore solar system. A floating, functional thin-film solar system was launched at the Marinehaven in Den Helder. With this pilot system, the influence of algae growth, pollution, salt deposits and weather influences will...

The University of Twente and Solliance Solar Research have started a long term collaboration, which focusses on the integration of thin film solar technology in building materials and flexible applications, and on further development and analyses of perovskite based solar cells. The University of Twente...

For the first time in the world, solar cells have been installed on a crash barrier. It is a stretch of 72 meters on a crash barrier next to the provincial road N194 near Heerhugowaard. It is a test with flexible foil with solar cells....

At the start of this year, TNO awarded the prize for the Excellent Researcher 2017 to Mirjam Theelen. This prize is awarded every year within TNO for scientific research with impact. Mirjam Theelen works within the Solliance programs and conducts research into the aging behavior...

One of the highlights at Solliance in 2017 is undoubtedly our work with the integration of thin-film solar cells in various applications. The integration work is becoming more and more visible. Our experience with the technical challenges involved has increased considerably. This leads to a...

Solliance has achieved world record cell-level conversion efficiency of 13.5% and module-level aperture area conversion efficiency of 12.2% for perovskite-based photovoltaics using industrially-applicable, roll-to-roll (R2R) production processes. Following the consortium’s previous cell world record announced earlier this year, this latest breakthrough is another step towards...

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