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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.
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Zwijndrecht, Belgium – During the last two years, as part of the EU-funded PVme project, an international consortium of 10 companies and research centres worked together to find solutions for a sustainable building façade. PVme stands for "organic PhotoVoltaic systems...read more
As of April 1st, Ronn Andriessen has taken over the role from Huib van den Heuvel as an interim Director of Solliance. Ronn has been a driving force since the start of Solliance, as Program Manager of the Perovskite Shared Research Program....read more
Eindhoven (Netherlands), April 9, 2018 - Solliance demonstrates a new record stabilized average cell performance of 14.5% for its large thin-film perovskite photovoltaic modules on glass. The efficiency was measured on an aperture area of 144 cm2. The...read more