1991 Solar World Congress by S. M. A. Burley, M. Coleman, M. E. Arden

By S. M. A. Burley, M. Coleman, M. E. Arden

The ISES sun international Congress, held in Denver, Colorado in August 1991 attracted over one thousand individuals from approximately 70 international locations, making it the biggest solar power occasion of its style on the earth. As an enduring checklist of that congress, 630 papers are released right here in four volumes of court cases. quantity 1 is devoted to solar power, biofuels and renewable assets. quantity 2 includes papers on energetic sun and sunlight warmth. Passive sunlight, socio-economic and academic elements are thought of in quantity three, and at last the plenary periods, and the Farrington Daniels lecture are released in quantity four. 1991 sun international Congress provides the very most modern advances within the usage of different strength assets and expertise.

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By the product of n-factor and the effective barrier height B. As is shown in Fig. 3 it is strongly dependent on the n-factor because B is relatively constant by the temperature. Why does the n-factor decrease as the temperature increases ? It is expected that the n-factor increases according to Eq. (4) because the oxide thickness S increases as the temperature increases. The result is contrary to this expecîïauiojiu This i s explained by the fact that the decrease 30 of the density of surface state Dss with the temperature is larger than that of the increase of S.

Chattopadhaya S» Chaudhuri and Department of Materials Science, Indian Association -for the Cultivation o-f Science, Calcutta - 700 032, India. ABSTRACT Films of CuInSe2 were produced at a substrate temperature of 620 - 670 K by co-evaporating elemental Cu, In &nd Se from three independent sources. 9. Electrical conductivity and Hall mobility were measured simultaneously on the same sample at temperatures ranging from 77 - 400K. The variation of conductivity &nd Hall mobility with temperature indicated two distinct regions dominated by different scattering mechanisms.

This is more than the current annual world consumption of photovolt aies. Industries will not invest in this new capacity until they develop confidence that these large markets exists. Assuming that the PV market continues to grow at the existing rate of more than 25% per year, then by about 1995 the application of high-efficiency cells in high concentration systems should become widespread. CRYSTALLINE THIN-FILM FLAT-PLATE MODULES Cell costs of several dollars per square centimeter are, of course, several hundred times too expensive for use in flat-plate modules.

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