9 Beiträge des ISFH auf der 8. World Conference on Phovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC)



Vom 26. bis 30. September 2022 wird in Mailand, Italien, die 8. World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC) stattfinden. Vom ISFH wird es dort insgesamt 9 Beiträge geben:

Am Montag, den 26. September:
Christina Hollemann: Analysis of Losses in POLO-IBC Cells in the Constraints of Module Integration (1AO.6.2)
Thorsten Dullweber: Towards Cost -Competitive High- Efficiency POLO IBC Solar Cells with Minimal Conversion Invest for Existing PERC+ Production Lines (1AO.6.5)

Am Dienstag, den 27. September:
Marc Köntges: Photovoltaic Module Characterization Using Light -Induced Electroluminescence of Solar Modules with Parallel Cell String Interconnection (3BO.11.4)
Dennis Bredemeier: Clustering of Sun Positions for Fast Calculation of Time Resolved Insolation Using Ray Tracing (4BO.16.2)
Malte Brinkmann: Accurate IV -Measurements of Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells without Front Metallization Using FEM Simulations (1BO.5.1)

Am Mittwoch, den 28. September:
Robby Peibst: Interface between Poly -Si on Oxide Passivated Si Bottom and Perovskite Top Cells – Search for the Leanest and best Working Layer Stack (2CO.1.2)
Byungsul Min: Recent Progress of POLO Back Junction Solar Cells (1CV.2.13)
Henning Schulte-Huxel: Three Terminal Tandem Solar Cells – a Module Perspective (3CO.6.2)

Am Donnerstag, den 29. September:
Raphael Niepelt: The Influence of Falling Costs for Electrolysers on the Location Factors for Green Hydrogen Production (5DO.15.6)