14th Global Advanced PV Technology Conference Plenary

Date:  Saturday, 8 August 2020

Room: Kerry Hotel Pudong, Shanghai, Pudong Ballroom 4

Time:  09:00-12:30


The solar power has become one of the cheapest energy in the world after all these years; however, technical innovation is still a key issue for reducing the costs. From the viewpoint of long-term development, cost reduction mainly derives from technical breakthroughs in cell efficiency. This Plenary Session gathers the top scientists and industry experts worldwide to present on the international technology roadmap for photovoltaic, and to share their great insights on technical breakthroughs in Solar PV.



Plenary Session II

Chair: TBD


Growth and defect study of cast-mono wafer

Prof. Deren YANG

Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; Director, State Key Lab of Silicon Materials; Director, Institute of Semiconductor Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University

The future of PV as a key element of our global energy supply

Prof. Eicke WEBER

Acting Chair, European Solar Manufacturing Council (ESMC)

Current trends and future challenges in c-Si PV with results of the 11th Edition of ITRPV and PV production technology

Dr. Jutta TRUBE

Division Manager, VDMA Sector Group Photovoltaic Equipment, Germany

POE-based encapsulant film ensure long term stability of high efficiency modules

Ms. Emma ZHANG

Associate TS&D Scientist, DOW

Highest Efficiencies for PV Using Ultrafineline Metallization

Dr. Florian CLEMENT

Head of Department Production Technology - Structuring and Metallization, Division Photovoltaics, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany

Mr. Changle BIAN

Vice President of Smart PV, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

Technoeconomic analysis of the solar photovoltaic (PV) supply chain and PV systems coupled with storage


Senior Energy Technologies, Economics, and Policy Analyst, The National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA

monoPolyTM Technology Platform: Implementation of Passivated Contacts in PERC/T Production Lines


Deputy Director & Group Head, Solar Cells and Modules Cluster, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), NUS

How Can We Reach 50 Year Solar Module Service Life?

Prof. Martin GREEN

Australian Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics, UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales)

Global Solar Market Trends

Ms. Jenny CHASE

Head of Solar Analysis, Bloomberg New Energy Finance



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