Photovoltaics International

Edition 28

Focusing on technology, the Photovoltaics International journal is specifically designed for the PV supply chain, including materials, components, equipment, manufacturing and large-scale utility installation.

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Twenty Eighth Edition Second Quarter, May 2015 www.pv-tech.org THE TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE FOR PV PROFESSIONALS Twenty Eighth Edition 2015 TNO Routes to increasing effi ciency and reducing the cost of thin-fi lm solar panels Hanwha Q CELLS Shunting-type potential-induced degradation: How to ensure 25 years' service life IMEC The use of silicon epitaxy in advanced n-type PERT and IBC silicon solar cell designs Institute for Energy Technology, Norway Boron–oxygen-related degradation in multicrystalline silicon wafers TÜV Rheinland Minimizing measurement uncertainties: Challenges for power measurement of high-effi ciency c-Si PV modules Suntech Operational sustainability in the fi eld versus the laboratory: PV modules and insulation resistance

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