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2009-04-07 Singapore R&D institute adopts Synopsys tools
Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) has adopted Synopsys Inc.'s Sentaurus TCAD to support its solar cell R&D programs. The Sentaurus TCAD tools will initially be used to support SERIS' silicon-based solar cell research
2014-04-16 Quantum dots make colourful luminescent solar concentrators
A luminescent solar concentrator serves as a light-harvesting antenna which concentrates solar radiation collected from a large area onto a much smaller solar cell, enabling its potential as solar panels that can double as house windows
2009-03-25 PV materials sector to reach $600M sales by 2016
Sales of materials for both pure organic solar cells (OPV) and hybrid organic/inorganic dye-sensitized solar cells (DSC) are expected to reach almost $600 million by 2016, according to NanoMarkets' Organic Photovoltaic Materials Markets: 2009-2016 report
2009-02-19 Power converter harnesses green energy
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has developed an integrated mixed-signal chip that can convert the output from a single solar cell into a usable power source
2013-03-27 Nanowires boost quantum-dot PV system efficiency
MIT researchers have embedded particles called quantum dots within a forest of nanowires that promise to provide a significant boost for photovoltaic cells
2008-03-25 Mitsubishi touts polysilicon PV conversion record
Mitsubishi Electric has claimed to have achieved a world record in photoelectric conversion efficiency in a 150mm? practical-use polycrystalline silicon solar cell, with a rate of 18.6 percent
2008-08-21 Mitsubishi signs solar project deal in Brunei
The large-scale photovoltaic demonstration project is now being prepared after the signing of the memorandum of understanding between the Energy Division, Prime Minister's Office and Mitsubishi Corp. in Brunei Darussalam
2013-09-06 Laser spectroscopy eases nanoscale measurement
A team of researchers from Drexel University revealed an approach that could allow cell phones, laptops and tablets to become increasingly thinner and more energy efficient
2011-06-28 Bosch builds manufacturing site in Malaysia
As part of the internationalization of its photovoltaic business, Bosch Group is now planning to construct a new manufacturing site in Malaysia
2014-03-14 Research groups focus on harnessing WSe2 properties
MIT, University of Washington and Vienna University of Technology have each conducted a separate research that examines the potential of WSe2 to create innovative optoelectronic devices.
2010-12-14 Fujitsu device generates power from two sources
Fujitsu develops technology for generating power from heat or light using one device
2005-10-03 Energy-harvesting chips: The quest for everlasting life
Research continues in developing higher energy-density batteries, but the amount of energy available is low and finite.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2013-05-10 What's for dinner? Microwaved semiconductors
A team of metallurgists from the University of Utah used an old microwave oven to make a nanocrystal faster than how it is normally produced.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2011-06-30 Taiwan to get 16% share of 2011 PV cells market
According to PIDA, Taiwan will beat the share of its rivals this year with 16 percent of the global market.
2007-02-09 Suntech delivers power-efficient solution
Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd has introduced a technology that delivers beyond-industry standard performance of 18 percent 'semiconductor finger' conversion efficiency.
2010-03-10 SunPower, Toshiba ink 32MW solar supply deal
Under a strategic supply agreement, Toshiba Corp. will order 32 megawatts of high-efficiency solar panels from SunPower Corp. in 2010.
2014-11-03 SunPower grows presence in China with second joint venture
The U.S.-based solar systems manufacturer is investing $20 million in a power venture that will construct at least 3GW of solar plants in China's Sichuan province.
2006-11-14 STMicro, Taiwanese groups team on solar power
STMicroelectronics is teaming up with Delta Electronics Inc. of Taiwan and its majority-owned subsidiary DelSolar Co. Ltd for the development of solar power technologies.
2003-07-25 Spire receives repeat assembly equipment order from Shell Solar
Spire Corp., a supplier of solar electric manufacturing equipment and solar systems for distributed power generation, has announced the sale of a SPI-ASSEMBLER 5000 to Shell Solar Ind. LLP.
2010-09-09 SoloPower's flexible CIGS modules win UL certification
Flexible CIGS modules pass UL1703 test for PV module manufacturing safety
2015-11-04 Solar wafer supply expected to fall short in 1H16
Due to rapid growth in solar installations in 2015, and forecasts for another record year for installations in 2016, IHS has flagged a potential solar wafer supply shortage across the supply chain.
2013-08-22 Solar capital spending to reach $3B next year
According to IHS, the growing demand in developing regions is helping to ignite the first increase in industrywide capital spending in three years in 2014, expected to rise by 30 per cent.
2010-09-09 Silicon solar cells show 19.4% conversion
Copper-based front-side metallization makes the cells cheaper for future industrial production.
2011-07-14 SEMI releases PV manufacturing standard
SEMI has released a new PV manufacturing standard specifically for silicon feedstock.
2008-10-21 Sanyo ups solar module production capacity in Mexico
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd has disclosed plans to increase the production capacity of solar modules at its Mexico Monterrey Factory by nearly 2.5x the current amount.
2013-12-10 Reducing coal to numerous graphene quantum dots
Researchers from Rice University created a simple method for mass-producing graphene quantum dots from coal that could be used in medical imaging as well as sensing, electronic and PV applications.
2011-06-21 PV spot prices drops
The latest survey conducted by EnergyTrend shows that PV spot prices have reached new low at the Intersolar Europe, but the PV manufacturers take a positive attitude toward the market trend of 2H11.
2011-07-27 PV prices continue to grow
According to EnergyTrend, the current trading price for polysilicon stayed between $52/kg and $54/kg, but spot prices will continue to increase.
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