Development of a Third Generation Photovoltaic Panel Having Almost 80% of Total Solar Energy Conversion
Great America Meeting Room 2
14:15 - 14:40
We have developed a third generation photovoltaic panel which can convert almost 80% of solar radiation into electricity and hot water used in everyday life. The PV panel consisting of a solar panel and a resin-hose can be produced in conventional PV production line with low cost.
Speaker Biography (Hidenari Nakahama)
1987 Joined Mitsui Petrochemical Industries, Ltd., Polymer Research Center, Elastomer Department
2002 Awarded The Society of Rubber Industry, Japan Award
2006 Became Director of Research
Inaugurated Mitsui Chemicals Research Fellow
2008 Became Corporate Planning Division Member
2009 Awarded The Society of Rubber Industry, Japan Excellent Research Paper Award
Joined Nisshinbo Holdings Inc. as Senior Manager of Materials Development Group (related to Photovoltaic Modules) at Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc.
Company Profile (Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc)
Nisshinbo Mechatronics Inc. commenced operations in 1943 in the manufacture of aircraft tail units. In the approximately 70 years since that time, we have continued to apply our expertise of the development, manufacturing and sales businesses to support customer production in the areas of customized equipment for various industries, photovoltaic module manufacturing equipment for various industries, photovoltaic module manufacturing equipment and other system equipment, precision parts and plastic molding parts.