Photovoltaic Materials: An Analysis of Emerging Technology and Markets (Technical Insights)

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Table of Contents

Photovoltaic Materials, Executive SummaryIntroductionIntroductionPhotovoltaic Materials, Introduction to PV technologies and marketsA Brief history of PVFrom Ancient to Modern—A TimelineRecent HistoryRecent HistoryGreenhouse Gas Emissions vs. Green PowerGovernment’s RoleGovernment’s RoleOverview of Key Photovoltaic TechnologiesOverview of Key Photovoltaic TechnologiesPV ApplicationsPV ApplicationsMarket PreviewMarket PreviewPhotovoltaic Materials, Industry AnalysisIntroduction to Industry AnalysisIntroduction to Industry AnalysisPV Industry Profiles: ASE Americas Inc.Astropower Inc.BP SolarexEbara Solar Inc.Energy Photovoltaics Inc. (EPV)Evergreen SolarSharp Corp.Siemens Solar IndustriesSolec International Inc./Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd.Spire Corp.Tecstar Inc.United Solar Systems Corp.PV Industry Profiles: System Design and Installation CompaniesApplied Power Corp. (APC)GPU Solar Inc.Utility Power GroupPV Industry Profiles: PV Power and Utility ProvidersArizona Public Service Co. (APS)Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)PV Industry Profiles: Specialty CompaniesAdvanced Energy Systems Inc.Aqua Sun InternationalPowerLine Solar ProductsPV Industry Profiles: Balance of System (BOS) CompaniesOmnion Power Engineering Corp.Trace Engineering and Trace TechnologiesThe Big PictureAn Overview of the IndustryStrategies for the FuturePhotovoltaic Materials, Emerging technological Developments R&D Activities Introduced with an Overview of Who is Doing WhatR&D Activities Introduced with an Overview of Who is Doing WhatHighlights of Current Research: Basic Materials ResearchConjugated Polymers Really are SemiconductorsLaminate Polymer Photovoltaic Diodes Cadmium Telluride Solar Cells Beam Satellite’s Power Up Monolithic Device Splits Water into H2 and O2Stabilized Porous Silicon Films for Photoluminescence Research on High-Bandgap Materials and Amorphous Silicon-Based Solar CellsMake Tougher Solar Absorption Films with Quasicrystals Optimization of Processing for Thin-Film Solar Cell DevicesLCG Films Emit Polarized Light for Cheaper Optoelectronics Balloon TechnologyHighlights of Current Research: Research to Improve Efficiency and Reduce CostAdvances in Amorphous Silicon Photovoltaic TechnologyCost-Saving Improvements in Cast Polycrystalline Silicon PV Module Manufacturing Amorphous Silicon Research at ECDPV Module Manufacturing Costs of $1/Wp PossibleA Better Solar Collector Based on Photosynthesis A Better Way To Heat with SolarIncreases in Solar Cell Efficiencies More Efficient Solar Cells Boost PowerCrystalline-Silicon PV R&D ProgramsHybrid Lighting Saves Energy; MoneyPhotosynthesis Can Power NanomachinesCosts Reduced with Automated Module Assembly Porous Solar Cell Converts Photons Handily Highlights of Current Research: Research Specific to an ApplicationGrowth of Silicon Sheets for Photovoltaic ApplicationsAdvances from the Department for Photovoltaic Systems and MeasurementsCopper and Aluminum in Thin Layer Silicon PV Module Exposure Tests: Outdoor Accelerated-Weathering Tracking SystemReports on Challenges to PV Solar Radiometric MeasurementsService Lifetime Prediction (SLP) for Encapsulated PV ModulesMOCVD-Grown Zinc Phosphide Polycrystalline Films Inexpensive Sensors Improved for Solar Power Evaluation Epitaxy Produces First Gallium Nitride UV SensorDevelopment of a Modular; Bidirectional Power InverterA Summary of Research ActivitiesA Summary of Research ActivitiesPhotovoltaic Materials, References and resources OrganizationsAmerican Solar Energy SocietyThe Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE)The International Solar Energy Society (ISES)Materials Research SocietySolar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)Utility Photovoltaic Group (UPVG)Useful Websites for PV InformationUseful Websites for PV InformationUniversities and Other Research InstitutionsNorth Carolina State UniversityFolkecenter for Renewable EnergyFraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)Georgia Institute of TechnologyNorth Carolina State UniversityUniversity of DelawareUniversity of FloridaConferencesConferencesA Sampling of Recent US PatentsA Sampling of Recent US Patents

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