From the 20th to the 22nd of January, the IPEROP20 conference took place in Tsukuba in Japan. This event is the International Conference on Perovskite, Organic Photovoltaics and Optoelectronics. Simone Mastroianni from Fraunhofer ISE won the Poster Prize from the RCS Journal. Download the poster here. More information about the conference and the prize here.
Photovoltaic perovskite technology reached a new efficiency record of 20,3% with a module of 11,2cm². This module was developed by the Apolo consortium at CEA laboratories Apolo is a European research project that is developing a new and promising photovoltaic technology called Perovskite for a new generation of photovoltaics. This technology has obtained a new efficiency record of 20.3% in a 11.2 cm² surface with a cheap and easy manufacturing technique. Recently, Apolo’s team has reached
On the 13th and 14th of November, the Apolo consortium met in Brussels for two intense days. On the first one, the consortium met with the project officer and the project reviewer after 18 months of execution to present and discuss the achievements made so far. The project is on the right track and presents already excellent results in term of efficiency of its perovskite solar cell modules. On the second day, an external expert
On the 10th and 11th of October, the Apolo consortium met for its 18 month meeting in Athens, where Relational hosted the event. During these two days, partners discussed the progress made so far in the project and the current challenges. They went through all work packages with a special focus on the technical ones which are the most complex.
The APOLO consortium is glad to publish its first newsletter. After a bit more than a year, the project presents a summary of the activities performed in the main work packages, especially the technical ones. Activities concentrate on the development of new materials for PSC, on its performance, on its manufacturing, and stability and recycling. We hope you enjoy the reading and learn more about this exciting project. Work Package 2: Advanced Optoelectronic Materials for