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
On the 25th and 26th of March, the APOLO consortium met in Sion for the 1 year meeting. The event was hosted by the EPFL, a partner with large research facilities 10 laboratories active in the key fields of energy, environment and health, 226 researchers, administrative and technical staff, 92 doctoral students, 43 nationalities, firmly integrated into the Energypolis project, the Valais campus plays its full part in promoting research and innovation in the heart
CENIMAT, a partner of APOLO project, published this Februrary an article in Nano Energy Journal, a scientific journal about nanomaterials and nanodevices used in all forms of energy harvesting, conversion, storage, utilization and policy. from ELSEVIER. The article is about photonic-structured Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) perovskite solar cells and its advantages. The most relevant result is that this optically lossless material (TiO2) allowed to create solar cells with optical improvements and not electrical deterioration, something difficult to
The 6 month meeting of APOLO project was celebrated on 20th and 21th of September in Lisbon (Portugal) with UNINOVA as host institution. During these two days, partners could discuss all work packages, especially tasks related to specifications for base line perovskite solar cells (PSC) and module as well as advanced optoelectronic materials for PSC. In general terms, the results of these first 6 months of work are very good. The main challenge for the