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CHEETAH - Cost-reduction through material optimisation and Higher EnErgy outpuT of solAr pHotovoltaic modules - joining Europe’s Research and Development efforts in support of its PV industry - is a combined collaborative project (CP) and coordination and support action (CSA) funded under the European Commission’s 7th Framework programme. CHEETAH’s aims to solve specific R&D issues in the EERA-PV Joint Program and to overcome fragmentation of European PV R&D in Europe and intensify the collaboration between R&D providers and industry to accelerate the industrialization of innovations.
With 16 nationalities represented in the consortium, CHEETAH's ambition is to develop technology and foster innovative manufacturing capabilities and photovoltaic products so that Europe can develop its technological and industrial capacity in all parts of the value chain.
17 July 2015
Cheetah project hosted its first public event at EU PVSEC (September 2015).
More info on this event can be found here
31 May 2016
Webinar - May, 23rd 2016 - 11:00 – 12:00 CET
How is technology innovation anticipated to reduce the cost from European PV installations? A recent study published by KIC InnoEnergy highlights more than 30 innovations that target...21 September 2015
Freiburg, Fraunhofer ISE - January, 14th 2016
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Session I: Materials
1.1 I. Lauerman, HZB (D), “X-ray based analysis of PV materials and components"
1.2 B. Bissig, EMPA...