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New Report Added in ResearchMoz Reports Database Dye Sensitized Solar Cells: Technologies, Markets and Players 2012-2023
This brand new, independently researched report explores the technologies, players and markets of the DSSC (Dye Sensitized Solar Cells) industry that has a projected market of $290 million by 2023.
Many companies are already involved in the development of DSSCs from technology start-ups to large corporations that are looking to add innovative technologies into their portfolio.
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Initial products are aimed towards portable applications, starting out with portable chargers and solar bags with wireless solar keyboards but the end game for DSSCs is the ability to have these largely inexpensive solar cells incorporated into much bigger installations.
This report explores the development of the technology, analyses the major players and gives market forecasts for the next ten years. With 88 pages and 54 figures/tables this focused report gives in-depth insight into the DSSC industry.
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Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. DYE SENSITIZED SOLAR CELLS: STRUCTURE AND PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
2.1. DSSC Variants
2.1.1. Liquid electrolyte DSSCs
2.1.2. SolidState DSSCs
2.1.3. Sensitizing dyes
3. MANUFACTURING OF DSSCS
4. DEVELOPMENT ROADMAPS FOR EFFICIENCY AND LIFETIME CHARACTERISTICS OF DSSC DEVICES
5. PRODUCTS INCORPORATING DYE SENSITIZED SOLAR CELLS
6. FORECASTS FOR DSSC MARKET GROWTH
6.2. Automotive Integration
6.3. The DSSC opportunity for automotive integration
6.4. Outdoor advertising /posters /awnings - POP smart labels, posters indoors
6.5. Mobile devices
6.6. Wireless sensors/actuators - wireless sensor networks
6.7.Building integrated photovoltaics- Other large projects and utilities
7. DSSC COMPANY PROFILES
7.1. 3G Solar
7.4. G24 Innovations
7.5. Nissha Printing
7.6. Oxford Photovoltaics
7.7. S Samsung SDI
7.11. SONY Technology Centre
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List of Table:
1.1. Table of forecasts for growth of DSSCs in different market segments (in $ million)
6.1. Table of forecasts for growth of DSSCs in different market segments (in $ million)
List of Charts:
1.1. Graph of forecasted growth of DSSCs in different market segments (in $ million)
1.2. Schematic of the basic structure and operating principle of a dye sensitized cell
1.3. Current and envisaged future products incorporating dye sensitized solar cells.
2.1. "Popcorn ball" nanostructured ZnO, studied at the university of Washington for its application on dye sensitized cells
2.2. Principle of operation of DSSCs
2.3. Cross-section micrograph of TiO2 film; A (compact layer), B (nanoporous layer),L (scattering layer
2.4. Conventional liquid-electrolyte-based DSSC, with a cell thickness of around 10 μm. b. Oxford Photovoltaics' solid-state DSSC, with a cell thickness of around 2 μm. A compact underlayer is required to prevent direct contact between
2.5. Photocurrent action spectra obtained with the N3 and the black dye as sensitizer. The photocurrent response of a bare TiO2 film is also shown for comparison.
2.6. Molecular structure of some dyes based on ruthenium complexes
2.7. SONY's "concerto" effect
3.1. Roll to roll processing of DSSCs
3.2. DSSC manufacturing process
3.3. Efficiency of DSSCs depending on sintering temperature of titania
3.4. Resistivity of (a) FTO, (b) ITO and (c) FTO coated ITO over a range of processing temperatures
3.5. Glass-based DSSC cell structure from SolarPrint
3.6. Thin films deposited by ALD for various solar cell concepts: (a) surface passivation layer for c-Si solar cells; (b) encapsulation and Cd-free buffer layer for CIGS solar cells; (c) encapsulation of flexible OPV cells; (d) barrier
4.1. Advances in the design of dyes and electrolytes for dye-sensitized solar cells have led to record power-conversion efficiencies
5.1. Solar bag incorporating DSSCs
5.2. Solar powered blind & shade system
5.3. The Logitech® Foli
5.4. Further products envisaged, incorporating DSSC
5.5. Energy harvesting and wireless switches in the build environment
5.6. Detail of the DSSC powered wireless CO2, Temperature and Humidity sensor
6.1. Graph of forecasted growth of DSSCs in different market segments (in $ million)
6.2. Solar generator integrated onto the roof of a car
6.3. Solar bus shelter from GoGreenSolar
6.4. Concepts of DSSCs integrated in shelves in order to power POP smart labels
6.5. Demonstrators of indoor retail posters incorporating photovoltaic functionality.
6.6. DSSC light absorption spectrum
6.7. Maximum power output under fluorescent lighting.
6.8. Samsung Blue Earth
6.9. The Loki solar phone by Nokia, utilized in the company's solar charging project.
6.10. Harvested power versus illumination conditions
6.11. DSSC-powered Wireless CO2, Temperature and Humidity Sensor co-developed
6.12. Conceptual representation of building integrated DSSCs
6.13. Electronics Skin technology based on electrophoresis, developed by Philips. Demonstration of transparent state and dark state.
7.1. 3G Solar DSSC cell
7.2. Dyesol's largest ever DSC on steel roofing material module
7.3. A solar bus shelter manufactured at the Shotton, North Wales facilities in 2011
7.4. Module of dye-sensitized solar cells
7.5. Timeline of G24 Innovations' main developments
7.6. Different colour and semi-transparent DSSCs from Nissha Printing
7.7. Graph demonstrating that stable voltage can be obtained from DSSCs regardless of the incidence angle of the sun
7.8. DSSCs and their classification by use
7.9. DSSC manufacturing process
7.10. Solid state DSSCs by Oxford Photovoltaics
7.11. SolarPrint Beta Power management solution
7.12. Power output vs. Lux Level for a-Si and DSSC
7.13. Light levels in a typical office
7.14. The combined performance of the two dyes was greater than the sum of their individual performance levels. Because the dyes seemed to resonate together to produce an enhanced effect, Sony dubbed this method the "Concerto Effect"
7.15. Demonstrated at Eco Product 2010, the beautifully designed solar panel by SONY uses screen printing to generate custom designs according to the consumer's preferences
7.16. As an exploration of the graphical potential of solar cells produced through printing technology, these prototype panels are brightened by marigold designs
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