EU PVSEC 2014 Call for Papers Now Open

published: 2014-01-08 17:46 | editor: | category: Show Report

Apply for Student Awards 2014
To encourage high-quality work amongst young researchers, the EU PVSEC Student Awards are granted every year in recognition of the most remarkable and outstanding research work in the field of PV.
Apply for the EU PVSEC 2014 Student Award

Apply for Peer Review – Partnership with ‘Progress in Photovoltiacs’
In the frame of the partnership with the renowned research and applications publication ‘Progress in Photovoltiacs’, a selected number of the highest scored abstracts from every Conference Subject will be invited to be peer reviewed and published. This publication will be in addition to the publication in the Conference Proceedings of the 29th EU PVSEC 2014.
Participate in the peer review process for the EU PVSEC 2014
View published top papers of the EU PVSEC 2013

Message from the Technical Programme Chairman

Responding to suggestions from the scientific community, the 29th EU PVSEC Conference programme tackles the latest challenges with the adaptation of the topical structure.

Dear Members of the Photovoltaic Solar Community,

The political and economic discussion in the PV sector is shifting from installed capacities to levelised costs of electricity (LCOE) per kWh during the different times of the day. These costs are not only influenced by the available solar radiation, efficiency, performance, reliability and lifetime of the PV systems but equally by design, orientation, sizing and placing of the PV systems in the electricity system. Available auxiliary grid services like voltage and frequency stabilisation as well as local and central storage options add to the value of PV generated electricity.

Responding to suggestions from the scientific community, the 29th EU PVSEC Conference programme tackles these challenges with the adaptation of the topical structure. This allows for an increased focus on the topics of reliability issues on module and system level, as well as on aspects of grid integration and dispatchable electricity from PV systems. This includes the need for new materials and concepts in module design and manufacturing, for power electronics and for the use of PV as building material and customer driven developments. The associated necessary changes in policy perception, legal frameworks and related regulations complete this topical extension.

Dr. Arnulf Jäger-Waldau
European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy
EU PVSEC Technical Programme Chairman

EU PVSEC 2014 Exhibition: Book your Stand now and Benefit from 10% Early Bird Discount

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