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The Solar Future: Module Technologies
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Which module technology should you choose for your future PV projects? What are the technological developments we can expect to hit the market in the coming years? How much can we expect to see module prices dropping over the coming three years? Will amorphous, CIGS or CdTe thin-film technologies seriously compete with crystalline silicon in terms of cost per watt and cost per kWh? What will the module of the future look like?

Over the course of one day, this unique Conference will get you up to speed with the latest technology advancements and the potential for cost reduction of the four leading PV module technologies: crystalline silicon, CIGS thin-film, amorphous silicon and cadmium telluride. Plus, experts will provide a brief overview of what is cooking in the lab: potentially disruptive and emerging third generation technologies. Will organic, polymer and flexible solar cells lead to the next paradigm shift and provide us with very low-cost solar energy? Speakers at the Conference will include leading and emerging manufacturers and reputable independent research experts.

This Conference is a must for PV project developers, installers, EPCs, investors, bankers, and all stakeholders who wish to learn more about the latest and upcoming cell and module technology developments in this market; or who wish learn more about the technology and cost reduction roadmaps of some of the world¡¯s leading manufacturers such as First Solar and Trina Solar. Learn the questions you need to ask when attending the Intersolar Exhibition. Hear crucial information about the possible design of your future projects. Exchange views with your peers and with scientists and industry and market experts during plenary discussions and networking breaks. Don¡¯t miss this opportunity to equip yourself with the knowledge required to make your strategic decisions based on a comprehensive overview of the latest technology insights - in just one day.