The 13th edition of SiliconPV will take place from April 11-13, 2023 and will be hosted by TNO and the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
- 09:00 (CET)
Hybrid / Delft
SiliconPV Conference from April 11-13, 2023
The conference covers a variety of exciting topics around crystalline silicon for photovoltaic application, which is still the leading technology for solar electricity generation!
Join the SiliconPV week either online or on-site and keep up to date on all aspects on crystalline silicon PV including hybrid tandems with silicon bottom cells, simulations/characterization, p-type and n-type solar cells bankability and a lot more!
'PV is the technology to hasten the energy transition and it can be done big, already now, and in the future with much better technologies. Compared to the current commercial PV technologies conversion efficiencies can be doubled by applying multijunction PV, prices can be reduced by another factor two to three, PV can be fully integrated in every surface, and its environmental impact can be minimized. I am looking forward to hearing the latest results on novel technologies.'
nPV Workshop from April 13-14, 2023
Taking place directly after the SiliconPV conference with one overlapping day, the workshop provides a complete overview of all trends, innovations and developments of n-type technology. The nPV Workshop is hosted by the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
Arthur WeeberFunctie:Program Manager Solar Energy and Professor at TU Delft
Arthur Weeber coordinates the entire solar energy research programme at TNO and he holds the Applied Silicon Photovoltaics chair at TU Delft.
Telefoon:+31 6 51 29 16 05
LinkedIn:Arthur on LinkedIn
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