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The SiliconPV conference aims to be the most scientifically distinguished international conference in the field of crystalline silicon photovoltaics. It was initiated in 2011 by renowned European research institutes, between which the conference venue also rotates. After having hosted the conference in 2013, ISFH wanted to welcome the scientific community in Hamelin again in 2021. Unfortunately, the Corona pandemic made a conference in attendance impossible. Nevertheless, the organizing committee was able to realize a top-class scientific program – which can be accessed by registered participants on the virtual conference platform for the next weeks. The personal exchange, e.g. in the context of a pub quiz, as well as the guided tours through the laboratories of the ISFH and the LNQE of the Leibniz Universität Hannover, were also realized virtually. More than 300 participants* thus made the best of the current situation and experienced a pleasant and inspiring conference.
Every year at the SiliconPV conference the 10 best submitted abstracts are awarded with the SiliconPV Award. The evaluation of the abstracts is based on a double anonymous review process, in which each contribution is evaluated by several international scientists without knowledge of the authors. This year, three of these prizes went to ISFH staff members, for which we congratulate them!
This year’s winners from ISFH are Christina Hollemann, Nils Folchert and Michael Winter.
Emmerthal/Nuremberg: An electric vehicle (almost) without dependence on charging stations – that sounds like dreams of the future, but the first steps towards it are being taken right now. The consortium of the “Street” research project, consisting of the coordinating Institute for Solar Energy Research Hamelin (ISFH), the companies Vitesco Technologies, a2-solar and Meyer Burger, and the research institutions Forschungszentrum Jülich, the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin and the MBE Institute of Leibniz University Hannover, has now in close cooperation with Continental Engineering Services put a prototype of a light commercial vehicle on the road that is equipped with highly efficient vehicle integrated photovoltaics (VIPV). What makes it special is that the energy converted from sunlight can be fed into the high-voltage vehicle electrical system and thus used directly to extend the vehicle’s range.
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