|Monocrystalline silicon technology of the future: sliver modules
|Proceedings of the Intensive Programme 2010. 1st ed. Pilsen: University of West Bohemia. Faculty of electrical engineering. Department of electrical power engineering and environmental engineering, 2010, s. 58-63. ISBN 978-80-261-0010-2.
|University of West Bohemia. Faculty of electrical engineering. Department of electrical power engineering and environmental engineering
|fotovoltaické články;tenké články;silikon;IV křivky
|Keywords in different language:
|photovoltaic cells;sliver cells;silicon;IV curves
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|Problems of the photovoltaic cells becomes more and more topical in connection with sharply rising prices of the electrical energy and thus the new technology of solar cells produce are invented. This paper is focused on problematic of one of the new trends in the photovoltaic cells sphere – on the Sliver technology. This is the monocrystalline silicon technology which reduce the silicon usage and thereby the cost of the photovoltaic cells. The technology could have decreasing the silicon feedstock requirements to 1 tonne per MW. On top Sliver cells are great at high performances characteristic, e.g. high efficiency, high open circuit voltage, near lambertian light trapping, very good tolerance of varying material quality, etc. The first part of this paper is dedicated to the Sliver technology generally. The concept of the Sliver photovoltaic cells, texturing method, most important Sliver cell design and IV curve are presented here among others. In the second part I deal with the Sliver modules. There are described the principle of the modules, most important performance, e.g. low operation temperature, low temperature coefficient, high energy yield, light high performance, etc.
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