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Titel:
Highlights from the FP7 project on photovoltaics CHEETAH: More power with less material
 
Auteur(s):
Kroon, J.M.; Roca, F.; Lauermann, I.; Bittkau, K.; Heisz, M.; Nieuwenhuysen, K. van; Danel, A.; Sommeling, P.M.; Schmidt, M.; Gevorggyan, S.
 
Gepubliceerd door: Publicatie datum:
ECN Zonne-energie 25-9-2017
 
ECN publicatienummer: Publicatie type:
ECN-M--17-039 Conferentiebijdrage
 
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Gepresenteerd op: EUPVSEC, Amsterdam, , 25-29 september 2017.

Samenvatting:
CHEETAH is an FP7 integrated research project on photovoltaics funded by the European Commission and was initiated by EERA PV. This project is structured into two type of activities: Coordinative and Support actions (CSA) and Joint Research activities (JRA). The CSA focuses on the creation of a long term collaborative platform by developing tools for knowledge sharing, e-learning platforms for training and education, mobility between researchers, efficient use of infrastructures and promoting best practices and standards. The JRA focuses on developing new concepts and technologies for wafer-based crystalline silicon PV (modules with thin cells < 100 micron), thin-film PV (advanced light management) and organic PV (very low-cost barriers), resulting in reduced cost of environmentally benign/abundant/non-toxic materials and increased module performance. This paper gives a summary of the main achievements of this project for the two categories of activities.


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