Polymers in Photovoltaics 2016

The global conference on materials in solar module manufacturing
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Attending, Exhibiting and Sponsoring There are early registration rates available now and extra group discounts, as well as table top exhibition spaces and sponsorship opportunities with branding on the web site and conference literature. Please contact: Nicola Charlesworth, Conference Organiser Email: nc@amiplastics.com Tel: +44 (0) 117 314 8111 Speaking Opportunities Papers are invited on all aspects of Polymers in Photovoltaics - please send a short summary to Dr Sally Humphreys before 3rd July 2015. Email: sh@amiplastics.com Tel: +44 1908 318665.
AMI's 7th international conference on Polymers in Photovoltaics 2016 will take place from 2-3 February 2016 at the Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf in Germany. The conference programme will comprise technical and market papers and a focused table top exhibition runs alongside the conference, with a drinks reception on the evening of 2nd February for all delegates. Polymers in Photovoltaics 2016 is designed specifically for companies involved in the photovoltaic manufacturing industry and the conference programme covers a range of themes such as: solar power and conversion efficiency markets polymer materials in backsheets, encapsulants, sealants, adhesives, front sheets, substrates and organic PV manufacturing compounding for high weatherability substituting new materials on existing module production lines future technology for power generation from the latest modules to flexible options, BIPV, window PV films, and OPV durability and weatherability case studies and research specifying materials for extreme conditions from desert sands to arctic climates certification worldwide Polymers in Photovoltaics 2016 brings together PV manufacturers, researchers, component makers, materials experts, service and equipment suppliers and the solar industry to debate the optimal technology for economic/grid parity solar power generation.

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