Thin Film Photovoltaics and Batteries 2010-2020 Now Available - Sandler Research

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This comprehensive report gives a thorough analysis of printed and thin film photovoltaics and batteries.

The report covers companies, research institutes and universities that are active in developing and commercialising thin film technologies for photovoltaics and batteries. Photovoltaic technologies covered include CIGS, CdTe DSSC, a-Si and organic photovoltaics. Learn how these technologies, each at a different stage of development and adoption, are driven forward by both government and leading companies in the field.

    Table Of Contents

    1.      EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    2.      INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE
    2.1.    Thin Film Photovoltaic Forecasts
    2.2.    Battery Forecasts

    3.      BATTERIES
    3.1.    Introduction
    3.2.    History
    3.3.    Structure
    3.4.    Key Products in Printed Batteries Industry
    3.5.    Principles and Operation
    3.6.    Supercapacitors supplement or rival batteries?
    3.7.    Thin Film Batteries - key companies
    3.7.1.  Power Paper
    3.7.2.  Blue Spark Technologies Inc.
    3.7.3.  Enfucell
    3.7.4.  Cymbet Corporation
    3.7.5.  Solicore
    3.7.6.  Infinite Power Solutions (IPS)
    3.7.7.  Excellatron
    3.7.8.  Nanotecture

    4.      PHOTOVOLTAICS
    4.1.    Introduction
    4.2.    History

    5.      COMPANY PROFILES BY TECHNOLOGY
    5.1.    Principles and operations
    5.2.    Amorphous/nanoparticle Si
    5.2.1.  Introduction-Brief Description of technology
    5.3.    Amorphous /nanoparticle Si - Key Companies
    5.3.1.  Sharp
    5.3.2.  United Solar Ovonic
    5.3.3.  Mitsubishi Heavy industries
    5.3.4.  Kaneka
    5.3.5.  Q-cells (SONTOR and VHF-Technologies SA)
    5.3.6.  Fuji Electric Systems Co., Ltd.
    5.3.7.  ersol Solar Energy AG
    5.3.8.  Innovalight
    5.4.    CdTe
    5.4.1.  Introduction-Brief Description of technology
    5.5.    CdTe Key Companies
    5.5.1.  First Solar
    5.5.2.  Calyxo
    5.5.3.  Abound Solar
    5.5.4.  PrimeStar Solar
    5.6.    CIGS - CIS
    5.6.1.  Introduction - Brief Description of technology
    5.7.    CIGS - Key Companies
    5.7.1.  Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc.
    5.7.2.  Avancis
    5.7.3.  DayStar Technologies
    5.7.4.  Global Solar Energy
    5.7.5.  HelioVolt
    5.7.6.  Honda Soltec Co., Ltd.
    5.7.7.  IBM
    5.7.8.  Johanna Solar Technology
    5.7.9.  Miasole
    5.7.10. Nanosolar
    5.7.11. Odersun
    5.7.12. Showa Shell Sekiyu
    5.7.13. Solibro
    5.7.14. Solyndra
    5.7.15. Sulfurcell
    5.7.16. Wurth Solar
    5.8.    DSSC
    5.8.1.  Introduction-Brief Description of technology
    5.9.    DSSC - Key Companies
    5.9.1.  G24 Innovations
    5.9.2.  Dyesol
    5.10.   Organic Photovoltaics
    5.10.1. Introduction - Brief Description of technology
    5.11.   Organic Photovoltaics - Key Companies
    5.11.1. Konarka
    5.11.2. Plextronics
    5.11.3. Solarmer
    5.11.4. Heliatek
    5.12.   Research Institutes/Universities involved with thin film
            photovoltaic technologies
    5.12.1. AIST - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
            Technology
    5.12.2. Arizona State University
    5.12.3. Colorado State University
    5.12.4. Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
    5.12.5. Florida Solar Energy Centre
    5.12.6. Fraunhofer ISE
    5.12.7. Helsinki University of technology (TKK)
    5.12.8. IMEC
    5.12.9. Imperial College London
    5.12.10.Idaho National Laboratory (INL)
    5.12.11.KAIST - Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    5.12.12.Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    5.12.13.Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
    5.12.14.National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
    5.12.15.University of Delaware - Institute of Energy Conversion (IEC)

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