Results

Results within the NEXTBASE project

The results within the NEXTBASE project have been divided in 9 different categories, please click the category to view the available reports.
Most of the reports are confidential (CO), in those cases only a public summary is available, which can be quite short.

Result categories

  1. Project management
  2. Dissemination, exploitation, internal and external communication
  3. Advanced silicon wafer preparation
  4. Novel layer stacks and contacting materials
  5. High-efficiency IBC-SHJ devices processing
  6. IBC-SHJ process integration for mass production
  7. Module encapsulation and interconnection of IBC-SHJ devices
  8. Characterization and numerical simulations
  9. Cost and life-cycle analysis
  10. External Downloads

1. Project management

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2. Dissemination, exploitation, internal and external communication

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3. Advanced silicon wafer preparation

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4. Novel layer stacks and contacting materials

  • IBC devices employing a-Si:H and c-Si:H based contact stack with Voc>740 mV and FF>82%  by EPFL (PU)
  • IBC devices with TMO based contact stacks with Voc>740 mV and FF>82%  by HZB (PU)
  • “Optimized front- side with ultimate transparency and passivation quality for IBC-SHJ with Jsc > 42 mA/cm2”  by IMEC (CO)
  • Plating solutions for large-area IBC-SHJ devices  by Fraunhofer (CO)

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5. High-efficiency IBC-SHJ devices processing

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6. IBC-SHJ process integration for mass production

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7. Module encapsulation and interconnection of IBC-SHJ devices

  • Demonstration of the new interconnection technologies in working mini-modules of 2×2 cells  by IMEC (CO)
  • “Demonstration of a new generation of interconnection technologies with < 6€cts/cell material cost”  by CSEM (co)
  • “Optimized AR-coating and encapsulation integrated in a 60-cell module meeting the reliability requirements of KPI 7.2”  by DSM (CO)
  • “High-efficiency 60-cell module available for extensive characterization in WP8, incorporating the technologies developed in T7.1, T7.2 and T7.3”  by CEA (CO)
  • High-efficiency module showing an energy conversion efficiency above 22%  by CEA (CO)

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8. Characterization and numerical simulations

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9. Cost and life-cycle analysis

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10. External downloads & more..

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