26th International Photovoltaic Science and Engineering Conference

26th International Photovoltaic Science and Engineering Conference

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Singapore, Singapore

Business Details

Start Date
24 Oct 2016
End Date
28 Oct 2016
Focus
Photovoltaic
International / National
International
Times Held Before
NEW

Description

Ⅰ. Introduction:

The Asian Photovoltaic Science and Engineering (PVSEC) conference series started in 1984 in Kobe, Japan, and has evolved into Asia’s biggest scientific-technical PV conference. Since 2006, it has been held internationally, moving annually to guest countries and cities that are highly committed to the adoption of photovoltaic (PV) technology. The main objective of the PVSEC conferences is to give all PV communities a platform to present their latest findings in their area of expertise mainly at the scientific level, along with topics covering product development, new products and market trends.

PVSEC-26 in Singapore in 2016. The PVSEC-26 conference 2016 will be held in Singapore in October 2016 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre. The location is one of the largest, and most prominent, spaces within Singapore and is internationally well known for being a meeting place of people and ideas.Many market analysts are predicting that in 2016 the PV industry will have fully recovered, and that the PV sector will once more show healthy double-digit revenue growth numbers.

Due to these excellent prospects, and the fact that PV markets are presently growing the fastest in Asia, it is expected that PVSEC-26 will attract not only scientists, but also industry players and policy makers in big numbers.In addition, PVSEC-26 will run in parallel with the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) 2016. This will give the delegates at the PVSEC-26 conference the possibility to explore other energy trends at the many additional side events that cover all types of renewable, fossil and mineral energy sources, with a strong presence of the Singapore financial services sector reflected at the events.

Ⅱ. Conference Topics:

● Area 1: Novel PV materials and concepts

1.1 Novel materials for future PV technologies
1.2 New PV concepts
1.3 Characterisation of physical phenomena in high-efficiency solar cells
1.4 Advanced concepts for light coupling and management

● Area 2: Crystalline silicon materials and solar cells

2.1 Silicon feedstock & wafers
2.2 Multicrystalline silicon wafer solar cells
2.3 Monocrystalline silicon wafer solar cells
2.4 Simulation & characterisation of c-Si materials & cells

● Area 3: Thin-film materials and solar cells

3.1 Silicon thin-film solar cells
3.2 CIS and CdTe thin-film solar cells
3.3 Organic, dye and perovskite thin-film solar cells
3.4 III-V and other thin-film solar cells
3.5 Simulation & characterisation of thin-film solar cells

● Area 4: PV modules

4.1 Silicon wafer based PV modules
4.2 Thin-film PV modules
4.3 PV module reliability
4.4 Simulation & characterisation of PV modules

● Area 5: PV systems and Grid integration

5.1 PV system technology and BOS components
5.2 PV system testing & monitoring
5.3 PV system reliability 5.4 PV system energy yield & LCOE 5.5 Building integrated PV systems (BiPV) 5.6 PV grid integration
5.7 Off-grid PV systems/ Rural electrification

● Area 6: PV deployment, markets, policies and financing

6.1 PV deployment
6.2 PV markets
6.3 PV policies
6.4 PV financing & bankability

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