CELEZ

Completed

This project is intended to develop high-performance active materials for the design of new-generation photovoltaic cells. These devices for converting solar energy into electrical energy have the advantage of being inexpensive, compatible with flexible substrates and can be manufactured on a large scale. In recent years, these new generation hybrid devices can seriously compete with their inorganic silicon counterparts with conversion yields close to 20%. The active materials of these cells will be developed on the one hand by laboratories of the University François Rabelais of Tours, together with a start-up specialized in the manufacture of a type of component. The cells will then be assembled and tested in collaboration with a laboratory of the University of Limoges, expert in this field.

Project benefits

Publication scientifique : 4

Produit / Prototype : 4

Nouveau projet : 4

Rapport final : 4

Suivi de projet - Fin du projet : 4

Publication scientifique : 32

Emplois crées : 16

Action de communication : 4

People involved in the project

Project leader

Member partner

Information of the project

Start of the project on01 / 06 / 2017 | End of project on01 / 03 / 2020


Strategic business lines

Smart power grids

Matériaux et composants pour l'électronique

Smart power grids


Referent of the project

Sébastien DESPLOBAIN
Chargé de projets innovants

07 86 53 38 74

sebastien.desplobain-s2e2-ext@st.com

Centre-Val de Loire

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