EU PVSEC Programme Online
35th EU PVSEC 2018, 24 - 28 September 2018, Brussels
Session: 5CV.3 PV Module Design,Manufacture,Performance and Reliability/Inverters and Balance of System Components/Sustainability and Recycling
Type: Visual
Date: Wednesday, 26th September 2018
15:15 - 16:45
Location / Room: SQUARE - Brussels Meeting Centre Level -2 / Grand Hall
Chairperson(s): M. de Wild-Scholten, SmartGreenScans, Groet, Netherlands
N.M. Pearsall, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Event: Conference Conference
Type(s) of Access:  Conference Registration
Topic: 5. Photovoltaic Modules and BoS Components
Presentations:
5CV.3.1 Reliability Investigation on Bifacial c-Si Photovoltaic Modules Using Multiple Sequential Tests
C. Lien, ITRI, Hsinchu, Taiwan
5CV.3.2 Study on Reliability of p-PERC and n-PERT Bifacial Modules
Y. Li, Yingli Green Energy, Baoding, China
5CV.3.3 Weathering Stability of Newly Developed Polyolefin-Based and PET-Based Backsheet
A. Omazic, PCCL, Leoben, Austria
5CV.3.4 Multi-Imaging of PV Module Inhomogeneities in 17 kW PV Power Plant and Mutual Correlations
M. Bokalic, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
5CV.3.5 Enhancement of Reliability for Photovoltaic Modules by More Severe Test in Accordance with Particular Environment of Taiwan
C.-Y. Gao, TERTEC, Taoyuan, Taiwan
5CV.3.6 Durasol - A French Multisite Platform for Assessing the Durability of Solar Material and Systems
J. Merten, CEA, Le Bourget du Lac, France
5CV.3.7 The Influence of the EVA Film Quality on the Degradation of PV Modules under Harsh Test Conditions
K. Brecl, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
5CV.3.8 PV Module Glass Stress Testing
G. Mathiak, TÜV Rheinland Energy, Cologne, Germany
5CV.3.9 Temperature Mapping of PV Modules
M. Aldemir, GTC, Adiyaman, Turkey
5CV.3.10 Development of Packaging Materials for Hot Spot Resistance PV Modules with High Efficiency
Y. Sun, LONGi Solar Technology, Taizhou, China
5CV.3.11 Determination of Moisture Ingress and Diffusion Path in Encapsulation Layers of Standard PV Modules
L. Neumaier, CTR, Villach, Austria
5CV.3.12 Statement of Certified PV Module Registration and Policy in Taiwan
C.F. Hsieh, ITRI, Hsinchu, Taiwan
5CV.3.13 Characterization of Degraded Site in Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells Exposed to Acetic Acid Vapor
T. Tanahashi, AIST, Tsukuba, Japan
5CV.3.14 Review of Statistical and Analytical Degradation Models for PV Modules and Systems and Improvements
I. Kaaya, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
5CV.3.15 A Benchmark for Visual Identification of Defective Solar Cells in Electroluminescence Imagery
C. Buerhop-Lutz, ZAE Bayern, Erlangen, Germany
5CV.3.16 Single Diode Model Applied to PV Module Aging
N. Hrelja, EDF R&D, Moret sur Loing, France
5CV.3.17 Electroluminescence System for On-Site Characterization of PV Modules
M. Ezquer Mayo, CENER, Sarriguren, Spain
5CV.3.18 Characterization of Frameless Double Glass Silicon Cells Modules with a New Accelerated Aging Test Procedure
J. Dupuis, EDF R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France
5CV.3.19 Anti-Reflective Properties of Reactive Ion Etched Glasses
E. Zugasti, CENER, Sarriguren, Spain
5CV.3.20 Digitalization in PV – Virtual Application of Real Weather Data on PV Modules for Lifetime Prediction
U. Zeller, Fraunhofer CSP, Halle (Saale), Germany
5CV.3.21 Development of Non-Destructive Methods for Acetic Acid Detection in Photovoltaic Modules
C. Barretta, PCCL, Leoben, Austria
5CV.3.22 Wireless System for In-Situ Monitoring of Moisture Ingress in PV Modules
M. Jankovec, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
5CV.3.23 Scanning Acoustic Microscopy as a Non-Destructive Method for the Investigation of PV Module Components
L. Verissimo Mesquita, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
5CV.3.24 Using UV LEDs for PV Module Aging and Degradation Study
S. Mitterhofer, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
5CV.3.25 Degradation Analysis from Long-Term PV Module IV Curve Field Monitoring
D. Stellbogen, ZSW, Stuttgart, Germany
5CV.3.26 Multi-Wire Interconnection: The Impact of the Lamination Process and the Encapsulant Properties on the Solder Joint Formation
R. Van Dyck, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
5CV.3.27 Analysis and Development of Transport Phenomena Models for PV Modules
L. Castillon, PCCL, Leoben, Austria
5CV.3.28 Nanoindentation Analysis of PV Module Polymeric Components after Accelerated Aging
D. Philipp, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
5CV.3.29 DaySy Contactless Measurements of PID Shunt Resistance in Installed PV Modules
L. Stoicescu, Solarzentrum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
5CV.3.30 Investigating the Effect of Soiling on the Power Production of PV Panels Exposed to Wind: Wind Tunnel Approach
R. Lundholm, KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
5CV.3.31 Automatic Quantitative Analysis of Silicon Solar Panels Based on Statistical Parameters from Electro- and Photoluminescence Images
M. Guada, UVa, Valladolid, Spain
5CV.3.32 Long Term Performance Evaluation of PV Module Backsheets: Module Accelerated Sequential Testing (MAST)
A. Sinha, Arizona State University, Mesa, USA
5CV.3.33 Degradation Analysis of m-Si Photovoltaic Modules for Early Life Defects Observed in Harsh Climate of Morocco
A. Bouaichi, IRESEN, Rabat, Morocco
5CV.3.35 Proposing an Electro-Thermal SPICE Model to Investigate the Effect of Partial Shading on CIGS PV Modules
J. Carolus, Hasselt University, Hasselt, Belgium
5CV.3.36 Overview of the “Darkbus” Defect: Causes, Consequences and Solutions
B. Braisaz, CEA, Le Bourget du Lac, France
5CV.3.37 Selection Map for PV Module Installation Based on Shading Tolerability and Temperature Coefficient
H. Ziar, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
5CV.3.38 Advanced Testing of PV Module Encapsulants
S. Pingel, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
5CV.3.39 Current Collection Efficiency Mapping of Solar Modules in Daylight
A. Gerber, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany
5CV.3.40 Multi-Scale Mechanical Model for Photovoltaic Module Reliability
P. Nivelle, Hasselt University, Hasselt, Belgium
5CV.3.41 Scaling up Laser Line Photoluminescence Imaging for Outdoor Inspections
G.A. dos Reis Benatto, Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark
5CV.3.42 Key Performance Indicators and PV Module Reliability
G. Kleiss, Kleiss Consulting, Bonn, Germany
5CV.3.43 Assessments for Distance through Insulation (DTI) of PV Encapsulant/ Backsheet Materials
C.F. Hsieh, ITRI, Hsinchu, Taiwan
5CV.3.44 Transient Effects and Internal Series Resistance Calculation on Bifacial Silicon PV Modules
J. Lopez-Garcia, European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy
5CV.3.45 Development of Conductive Back-Sheet for Manufacture of PV Modules with Back-Contact Cells
I.J. Bennett, DSM Innovation, Geleen, Netherlands
5CV.3.46 Performance of Polymeric PV Backsheets in Different UV Tests
J. Jung, Agfa Gevaert, Mortsel, Belgium
5CV.3.47 Investigating the Degradation of Front and Rear Sides of c-Si PV Cells Exposed to Acetic Acid
N. Kyranaki, CREST, Loughborough, United Kingdom
5CV.3.48 PV Modules Inspection through Photoluminescence in Daylight Conditions
R. Herrero, UPM, Madrid, Spain
5CV.3.54 Accreditation for the PV Inverter Test Bench of the PV Laboratory
U. Muntwyler, BUAS, Burgdorf, Switzerland
5CV.3.55 Development of a Multichannel Data Logger for the Measurement of Microclimatic Parameters within Enclosures of PV Inverters
J. Zikulnig, CTR, Villach, Austria
5CV.3.56 Reliable-Thermal Design of Smart Converters for NZEB Application
G. Graditi, ENEA, Portici, Italy
5CV.3.57 Substring-MPPT for 4-Terminal 3-Substring Modules
R. Brace, BRC Solar, Walldorf, Germany
5CV.3.59 Modelling the Probability to Fail for PV Systems at Specific Locations due to the Impact of Cosmic Rays
M. Halwachs, AIT, Vienna, Austria
5CV.3.60 New PV System Concept – Inductive Power Transfer for PV Modules
F. Carigiet, ZHAW, Winterthur, Switzerland
5CV.3.61 A Comparative Study on the Durability of Metallic-Coated Profiles Used as Structural Elements in PV Solar Energy Fields
P. Verpoort, ArcelorMittal, Zelzate, Belgium
5CV.3.62 Technical and Economic Comparative Study of DC Cables Operated in Solar PV Farms in Iran
I. Kazemi, Islamic Azad University, Damavand, Iran
5CV.3.68 Life Cycle Assessment of Perovskite Solar Cells in Single Junction and Tandem Configuration
J.C. Gomez Trillos, DLR, Oldenburg, Germany
5CV.3.70 A Strategy for 2nd Life c-Si PV Modules Based on Failure Assessment of Scrap PV Modules
U. Ricklefs, THM, Giessen, Germany
5CV.3.71 Study about Silicon Material - Received from EOL-PV Waste and Intended as Secondary Raw Material
W. Palitzsch, Loser Chemie, Zwickau, Germany
5CV.3.72 Earth First! Greening the PV Industry with an Universal PV-Module Recycling Concept!
W. Palitzsch, Loser Chemie, Zwickau, Germany
5CV.3.73 Indium, Silicon and Silver from PV Waste for New Photovoltaics and Other Applications - Latest News from CABRISS (EU Collaborative Project)
W. Palitzsch, Loser Chemie, Zwickau, Germany
5CV.3.74 Planning and Optimizing the PV Material Life Cycle - The Example of Switzerland
U. Muntwyler, BUAS, Burgdorf, Switzerland
5CV.3.75 Eco-Solar Factory: 40% Plus Eco-Efficiency Gains in the Photovoltaic Value Chain with Minimised Resource and Energy Consumption by Closed Loop Systems
K. Wambach, bifa Environmental Institute, Augsburg, Germany
5CV.3.76 PV Module Recycling Solution and Module Defects in the Field
T. Doi, NPC, Tokyo, Japan