We are Solliance Solar Research
Combining forces in research into the next generation, thin film solar cells. Solliance was founded with that goal in 2010. The research organisation is a joint venture of ECN, TNO, Holst Centre and imec. Together with the academic partners TU Eindhoven, University of Hasselt, TU Delft and Forschungszentrum Jülich, the research institutes can play a significant role in global research into the solar technology of the future.
You can take part in one of our Shared Research Programmes. Together with others, you can participate in the development of financially promising technologies or processes in the field of thin film photovoltaics.
How can Solliance help you?
Tell us what you do and we will guide you through.
Leave your email address
Subscribe to Watt’s Up – the Solliance Solar Research newsletter
This animation shows the view of Solliance on building integrated solar. Take a look!
Solar Square Challenge candidates pitch their ideas Three design studios devised how to apply thin-film solar panels in the future park in the Emmasingel kwadrant in Eindhoven. Solliance made a flexible solar panel available and provided expert advice. On 11 October,...read more
Op woensdag 8 november, vindt de 2017-editie van de Sunday plaats! Locatie Spant! te Bussum. De 5 redenen waarom u de Sunday niet mag missen: De Sunday is al jarenlang het grootste zonne-energiecongres van Nederland waar de gehele sector bijeenkomt onder het motto...read more
At the end of 2016, Solliance started a project to develop a stable, reproducible and industrial up scale able process to manufacture CuInGa(Se,S)2 devices using electrochemical deposition, with a cell conversion efficiency above 15%. A record cell with an efficiency...read more