4. October 2018 , Eventforum Bern
Thin film PV technology based on perovskite absorbers has been identified as the most promising solar technology for energy harvesting due to their high efficiency, low energy impact during fabrication as well as potentially low production cost. The yearly number of publications exceeding one thousand in 2015 witnesses the formidable research effort dedicated to this rising technology. Industrial efforts to realize technological implementation are however still at the beginning leaving a rather untouched field for tomorrow’s manufacturers. This workshop is aimed at gaining insight into the vision, strategies and development track of the most advanced players in the field of large area module manufacturers.
With the workshop we intend to update and inform present and future stakeholders and gather persons willing to support this fascinating
Scientists and Engineers in the field of solar cells as well as industrialists and investors being interested in this raising field.
NRP - PV 2050 Framework
According to the energy strategy of the Swiss Government, photovoltaics (PV) should become a major electricity source by 2050. The National Research Program (NRP) of the Swiss National Science Foundation supports development of technologies with lowered cost, improved building integration and promotes market penetration.
Posters are welcome and boards will be available.
Please contact the conference office.
Prof. Dr. Tiwari Ayodhya (Empa)
Prof. Christophe Ballif, Prof. Michael Grätzel & Prof. Anders Hagfeldt (EPFL)
Prof. Dr. Beat Ruhstaller (ZHAW)
Roman Rudel (SUPSI)
Participation is free of charge