Recent developments in SLIVER cell technology
SLIVER cells, which were invented and developed at the ANU, allow the production of thin silicon cells and modules from standard silicon wafers, without the requirement for silicon deposition or any other expensive steps. Reductions in silicon consumption by a factor of 7-12 and reductions in the number of wafers that need to be processed per MW of a factor of 12-40 are possible. SLIVER cells are fabricated with sophisticated processing on high quality single crystal silicon substrates. SLIVER...[Show more]
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