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INDEOtec sells Octopus II PECVD tool to French institute PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Technologies et procédés
Dimanche, 04 Octobre 2015 21:05

Swiss PECVD tool developer INDEOtec has sold one of its Octopus II PECVD tools to France’s IPVF (Institut Photovoltaique d’Ile-de-France). The Octopus II tool is a deposition platform for high efficiency PV cell production, such as HJT concepts.

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Will tin-based perovskites take solar below fossil fuel prices? PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Matériaux
Vendredi, 13 Juin 2014 10:44

Perovskites are shaking up the solar research world. These lead or tin-based organometal trihalides hold the promise for huge commercial gains over current solar technology. But how to move such promising materials to market?

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NPD Solarbuzz: CIGS suffering in a PV thin-film market in decline PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Industrie
Mardi, 01 Octobre 2013 11:02

 According to the latest findings from NPD Solarbuzz, the continued competitiveness of conventional c-Si technologies and market overcapacity is taking its toll on PV thin-film market share.

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Copper contacts boost i-PERC-type solar cell efficiencies to 20.6% PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Technologies et procédés
Mardi, 01 Octobre 2013 10:57

 Employing an i-PERC-type solar cell at imec, researchers have been able to demonstrate a best cell efficiency of 20.1% using atomic layer deposition (ALD) Al2O3 passivation with standard screen printed contacts. However, using front-side copper contacts boosted efficiency to 20.6%.

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Applied Materials to merge with Tokyo Electron PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Industrie
Samedi, 28 Septembre 2013 19:49

 According to Applied Materials, the transaction, which will be completed through an all-stock combination, will enable the creation of a new entity valued at approximately $29 billion. The boards of directors of both companies have already approved the merger. 

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Former Q-Cells SE insolvency proceedings gain speed PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Industrie
Samedi, 28 Septembre 2013 19:24

The creditors of Q-Cells SE, now renamed Global PVQ SE, have approved with a majority the procedural insolvency plan submitted by insolvency administrator Henning Schorisch. The first payout rate for this year has been set at 8.5%. The process should hence be concluded by end of 2015. 

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