Photovoltaics Annual Reports

PHOTOVOLTAICS ANNUAL REPORTS

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Annual Report 2013

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    Director’s Report
    Highlights
    Organisational Structure and Research Overview
    Affiliated Staff and Students
    Research Reports
    * PP1. Silicon Solar Cells
    * PP2. Thin-Film, Third Generation and Hybrid Devices
    * PP3. Optics/Characterisation
    * PP4. Manufacturing Issues
    * PP5. Education, Training and Outreach
    AUSIAPV International Activities
    Financial Summary
    Publications
 UNSW ACAP AUSIAPV PV Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2012

  ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2012

 

 

Annual Report 2011

 

Annual Report 2010/11

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2010-11

Annual Report 2009

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2009

Annual Report 2008

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2008

Annual Report 2007

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2007

Annual Report 2006

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2006

Annual Report 2005

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2005

Annual Report 2004

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2004

Annual Report 2003

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2003

Annual Report 2002

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2002

Annual Report 2001

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2001

Annual Report 2000

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 2000

Annual Report 1999

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 1999

Annual Report 1998

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 1998

Annual Report 1997

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 1997

Annual Report 1996

 ARC Photovoltaics Center of Excellence Annual Report 1996

 

 

Research Centre - ACAP

Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics

The Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics (ACAP) comprises the Australian partners of the Australia-US Institute for Advanced Photovoltaics (AUSIAPV), which will develop the next generations of photovoltaic technology, providing a pipeline of opportunities for performance increase and cost reduction. AUSIAPV will link ACAP with NSF/DOE Energy Research Center for Quantum Energy and Sustainable Technologies (QESST), based at Arizona State University, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, Stanford University, Georgia Institute of Technology and University of California – Santa Barbara.

 

Researcher - A/Prof CheeMun Chong

A/Prof CheeMun Chong - UNSW SPREE - Researcher

What is new and innovative about your research projects?

A number of major global companies that are fierce competitors in the business world have come together to collaborate with us in one of our key research projects. 

This is the first time that these companies are collaborating together.  This includes a group of the largest solar cell manufacturers in the world.  It also includes a group of the major global equipment manufacturers as well as a group of major silicon material suppliers...