EU PVSEC 2021: on line event
European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition is a world reference point regarding the latest developments related to PV and for up to date insights regarding new opportunities. It gathers the global PV community to conduct business, to network and to present and discuss the latest developments and innovations in Photovoltaics. and particularly in the past years, is also a top international PV Industry Exhibitions.
It is a five-day fixed appointment in the calendar of PV experts gathering the global PV community to conduct science-to-science, business-to-business and science-to-industry business .
It was held in the week of 6-10 September.
Also in 2021 the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference has been proposed as an online event.
We hope that very soon we will return back to meet in person
It continues to showcase the most recent developments in concepts, materials and applications, including silicon, perovskite, thin film, organic and tandem devices. In the topic of crystalline Si cells, Industrial Applications , . Advances in storage and grid integrationIt continues to showcase the most recent developments in concepts, materials and applications, including silicon, perovskite, thin film, organic and tandem devices. In the topic of crystalline Si cells, Industrial Applications , Advances in storage and grid integration
VIPERLAB project presented @ EU PVSEC 2021:
Visual session 3BV.1
VIPERLAB project has been recently presented during the 38th European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition by N. Maticiuc and E. Unger with a visual poster (3BV.1.31) entitled “VIPERLAB: An infrastructure Platform to Accelerate the Development of Perovskite PV Technology in Europe”.
The poster has highlighted the main motivation, goal, and objective of VIPERLAB project, as its consortium of fifteen EU leaders in perovskite/Silicon technology from Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, as well as Switzerland and UK.
VIPERLAB consortium introduced its thirteen physical infrastructures and four virtual infrastructures for top-level material synthesis, state-of-the-art device design and development, as well as standardized testing methods, simulation methods, and databases that will be offered to EU researchers from academia and industry to validate at lab-scale and at pre-industrial-scale, the perovskite/Si technology that will form the backbone for EU PV.