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Thin Film Photovoltaics

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00:00 16 Sep 2009 – 00:00 17 Sep 2009
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Institute of Physics, London, UK

There are several drivers that account for the recent extraordinary growth in the global market for solar cells. These include increasing energy demand, security and cost of oil supplies as well as concerns over global warming. Approximately 90% of solar cell production is currently based on first generation crystalline silicon, but second generation solar cells based on thin film technology on inexpensive and lightweight substrates are now emerging and rapidly increasing their market share. This one day meeting provides a forum to help assess the current state of the art. It brings together a list of distinguished invited speakers whose expertise covers the available range of thin film technologies.

Event type: Conference
Co-sponsored by: the Thin Films and Surfaces Group and the Vacuum Group of the Institute of Physics
Organised by: the Ion and Plasma Surfaces Group of the Institute of Physics
Contact details: Lisa Cornwell
Tel: +44 (0)20 7470 4800
Fax: +44 (0)20 637 4266
Email: lisa.cornwell_AT_iop.org

http://www.iop.org/events/scientific/conferences/y/09/tfv/


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