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2020 Super PV Progress Report – Developing & Testing Innovative High-Quality PV Systems to Regain European Leadership in the PV Market J. Ulbikas, J. Denafas, V. Ulbikaite, R. Witteck, M. Köntges, M. Topic, F. Frontini, P. Bonomo, E. Saretta, P. Macé, P.J. Bolt, A.G. Ulyashin, T. Haarberg, W. Palitzsch, B. Terheiden, I. Weiss, N. LaPointe, J.L. Domínguez-García Information
2016 The Benefit of Ultra-High Minority Carrier Lifetime Silicon Wafers for High-Efficiency and Innovative Solar Cells I. MacLellan, S. Sivoththaman, S. Zijlstra, J. Vedde, R. Kleiman, P. Dold, J. Olson, T. Hartmann, Z. Gao, K.C. Chang, T. Cadwell, J. Bodker, F. Faller Information
2014 Particulate Matter Monitoring for PV Installations C. Montes, A. Linares, E. Llarena, O. González, D. Molina, A. Pío, L. Ocaña, C. Quinto, G. Moncho, M. Padrón, J. Fernández, J. Rodríguez, M. Friend, M. Cendagorta Information
2014 Design Aspects for High Voltage MW PV Systems for Railway Power Supply Y. Méndez-Hernández, E. Müggenburg, M. Lynass, M.G. Gómez Padrón, O. Stern, M. Hartung, E. Bernal Serra, M. Zettl, C. Heller, M. Bucher, M. Schmidt, S. El-Barbari, J. Stromberger, O. Mayer Information
2008 Manufacturing of Large Area Thin Film Silicon Flexible Solar Cell Modules Employing a Temporary Superstrate Foil E. Hamers, J. Lenssen, A. Borreman, J. Ammerlaan, S. Broekhof, G.C. Dubbeldam, S. Perin, W. Scheerder, E. Sportel, L. Stigter, F. Welling, R. Schlatmann, A. Gordijn, G.J. Jongerden Information
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