14 December 2011

Photovoltaic Technologies

A one day event at Loughborough University

This one day event provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art. The event covers all aspects of the technology, including photovoltaic materials, devices, balance of systems, insolation, failure modes and analysis, building integration, concentrators and solar thermal. SOLAR in association with CREST at Loughborough University has put together a team of speakers whose expertise covers the whole range of photovoltaic technologies. The event should be of interest to technologists in related industries and to senior management who need to be aware of the opportunities presented by this extraordinary industry. An educational day of debate and discussion.

Join companies such as:
Taylor Hobson, Magneto Special Anodes B.V, SMA UK, Datapaq Nordiko Technical Services Limited, Sanyo component Europe, Thomson Reuters GFMS, Dyesol UK ,Environmental Equipments Ltd, MKS Instruments (UK) Ltd, LG Motion Ltd ,SMA Solar UK ,Tosoh Quartz Inc ,Watlow, Metalor Technologies (UK) Ltd, Harold Consort Ltd ,UHV Design Ltd, Solar Building , BPVA ,HENSEL, Caltest, CREST, Delta-T Devices ,Tetreon, Bluesky and more.
To register, click here.

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Loughborough University

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Loughborough University

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