The ‘Zwarte Doos’ on the university campus of Eindhoven University of Technology was the venue for the final symposium of the European Interreg PV OpMaat project on Wednesday 19 June. During this day, an anthology of results was presented by participating parties and follow-up steps...

The coming months we want to take you around in our lab. We want to tell you what we are doing and what we are making. In a series of articles, Solliance Stories, we will show you what are daily work is at Solliance Solar...

In close corporation with students Mechanical Engineering of Avans University, a new mechanical load tester was developed. This testing apparatus is capable of enforcing a reliable and repeatable movement to the sample. By programming the testing machine, different movements and speeds are possible to use....

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...

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....

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...

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