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Flexible CIGS PV: Past, Present, and Future
 

Flexible CIGS PV: Past, Present, and Future

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A quick introduction to the development of lightweight, flexible, high performance CIGS solar technology at Ascent Solar. The unique value proposition of these product enables innovative design and ...

A quick introduction to the development of lightweight, flexible, high performance CIGS solar technology at Ascent Solar. The unique value proposition of these product enables innovative design and integration solutions for novel applications in rapidly growing niche markets.

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  • The key take-away from the presentation will be this: Traditional photovoltaic technologies severely limit design options. The next generation of flexible products, from companies such as Ascent, enable a wide variety of innovative solar solutions.The value proposition for flexible technologies (next slide)
  • First Gen:Modern silicon solar cell demonstrated by Bell Labs in 1954Second Gen: Thin film solar technologies developing in the late 60’sThird Gen: The next generation of organic and dye sensitized technologies are, for the most part, not yet ready for commercialization
  • Monolithic integration is an in situ process for creating cell units from the photovoltaic material
  • worldwide mobile communications industry

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