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Advanced Formation of Solar Cell Device Structures

UNSW Engineers have developed manufacturing techniques that control the type and concentration of impurities up to 20 microns from the surface of silicon wafers. Controlling the impurities allows desirable structures to be formed, which enhance the performance and durability of photovoltaic devices. The Deep Junction Technology overcomes li...
Published: 22/07/2013
Category(s): Photovoltaics, Renewable Energy & Environment
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Inventor(s): Brett Hallam, Catherine Chan, Stuart Wenham, Adeline Sugianto, Pei Hsuan (Doris) Lu, Valantis Vais

Superior Manufacturing Techniques for Solar Cells

UNSW has boosted the performance of its Laser Doping Selective Emitter (LDSE) solar cell, a ground-breaking technology first developed by UNSW engineers The Technology The LDSE technology utilizes the properties of a laser in the presence of a phosphorus doping source to melt a silicon wafer. This process incorporates phosphorus dopants into ...
Published: 03/03/2013
Category(s): Photovoltaics
Keywords(s): Cleantech, Energy, Photovoltaic, Poly Silicon
Inventor(s): Martin Green, Stuart Wenham

Unique Techniques for Printing High Efficiency Solar Cells

UNSW has developed new dielectric patterning techniques to replace photolithography. Less steps, less and cheaper chemicals for manufacturing high efficiency solar cells. The Technology UNSW holds the world record for the efficiency of single junction silicon solar cell. The record of 25.0% was achieved using photolithography, which is too exp...
Published: 03/03/2013
Category(s): Photovoltaics
Keywords(s): Cleantech, Electrical Engineering, Photovoltaic, Poly Silicon, Solar
Inventor(s): Stuart Wenham, Ly Mai, Nicole Kuepper, Budi Tjahjono, Alison Lennon, Roland Utama

Boosting Solar Cell Energy Output

A Unique Top Surface Design and Printing Technique for Silicon Solar Cells to Boost the Energy Output The Technology UNSW has developed a patented top surface design for screen printed silicon solar cells. Conventional screen printed solar cells require metal fingers to be spaced well apart and require heavy doping in the silicon to achieve go...
Published: 14/07/2010
Category(s): Photovoltaics
Keywords(s): Cleantech, Electrical Engineering, Photovoltaic, Poly Silicon, Solar
Inventor(s): Stuart Wenham, Budi Tjahjono, Ly Mai
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