Towards Low-Cost, Efficient and Stable OPV Modules for Various Applications (Printed Electronics Europe 2014)

Dr Ronn Andriessen, Program Manager
Solliance
Netherlands
 
2014年4月1日.

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プレゼンテーション概要

• Cost of Ownership model to identify low-cost manufacturing strategies with some up-scaled OPV examples
• Efficiency status of Solliance: 10,6% cell efficiencies and over 7% submodule efficiencies;
• Stability and lifetime examples
• Envisaged application area's for OPV

講演者の経歴 (Ronn Andriessen)

Dr. Ronn Andriessen is currently Program Manager of Perovskite based PV shared research program of Solliance, a joint initiative of imec, ECN, TNO/Holst Centre, FZJ, TU/E, TUD and UHasselt. He received his PhD in Chemistry in 1991 at the University of Leuven in Belgium. From 1991 to 2008 he worked at Agfa-Gevaert where he managed several R&D product development projects. In 2008 Ronn became Program Manager at Holst Centre and was involved in setting up Solliance in 2011 where he became Program Manager of the OPV program. Ronn holds about 80 patent applications and over 50 scientific publications.

会社紹介 (Solliance Solar Research)

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Solliance www.solliance.eu External Link is a partnership of R&D organizations from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany working in thin film photovoltaic solar energy. In order to strengthen the EU region's position as a world player in PV, Solliance is creating the required synergy by consolidating and coordinating the activities of 250 researchers in industry, at research institutes and universities. Various state-of-the-art laboratories and pilot production lines are jointly used for dedicated research programs which are executed in close cooperation with the solar business community. Solliance offers participation in its research programs and opens up its lab facilities to new entrants, either from industry or in research. On the basis of clear Intellectual Property agreements, each industrial partner can participate in this research effort, or alternatively, hire equipment and experts to further develop its own technology.
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