Industry Workshop on High Efficiency Solar Cells, Auxiliary Materials and Technologies Related



Date:   4 June 2019

Room: Kerry Hotel Pudong, Shanghai, Pudong Ballroom 1-3

Time:   09:00-17:45

With the launch of the "Super Top Runner Program", the solar industry is accelerating the transition from research and development to mass production of high-efficiency solar cell and module technologies. Meanwhile, the demand of PV industry to reduce the LCOE is becoming increasingly strong, and new integration trend of technology appears. At present, the high-efficiency solar cell technologies selected by the industry mainly include p-type mono-&multi-silicon PERC, n-type PERT, TOPCon, HJT and new-type IBC, while high-efficiency module technologies include bifacial, halfcut, MBB and shingled technologies. This Industry Workshop will focus on different topics on high efficiency solar cells, modules, auxiliary materials and related cutting-edge technologies, and discuss how to effectively reduce costs, improve conversion efficiency and promote healthy competition and development of the industry on the basis of improving product quality.


Program (4 June 2019)

Moderator: Prof. Rensheng Liu, Executive Vice Director, Institute for Solar Energy System, Sun Yat-Sen University

Dr Nabih Cherradi, CTO, Desert Technologies


Dr Min Gu Kang

Principal Researcher, Solar Cell Laboratory, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)

A Study of recombination loss by silver metallization with n-type doped Si


Mr Murat Aldemir

GTC Gunes Sanayi ve Ticaret As

Temperature Mapping of PV modules


Dr Yuyan Li

Senior Research Engineer, Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics, Dow Chemical (China) Investment Co., Ltd.

POE-based Encapsulant Film Extend Module Lifetimes beyond Current Expectations


Dr Kaushik Roy Choudhury

Principal Investigator, DuPont

Material choices impact performance and lead to critical failures of PV modules in the field


Ms Yan Fang

Product Manager, Crown Advanced Material Co., Ltd.

Application of Polyolefin Materials in Photovoltaic