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A EUROPEAN PROJECT SUPPORTED THROUGH
THE SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
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Jan, 29th 2019

GRECO, the research project funded by the European Commission to put  Open Science and other Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approaches into action recently launched two calls. See details reported in the post of this news


Jan, 23rd 2019

Our world is changing rapidly. Addressing these enormous challenges requires new ways of performing science. GRECO is a multinational research project funded by the European Commission. Its main goal is putting Open Science and other Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) approaches into action in a real research project in the photovoltaic sector.


Jul, 11th 2018

SolarPower Europe just launched the Global Market Outlook for Solar Power 2018-2022. This report confirms that 2017 was another outstanding year for the solar sector and that growth will continue for the coming five years. The world installed 99.1 GW in 2017 and is anticipated to exceed the 100 GW level in 2018. SolarPower Europe estimates that solar is on course to add another 622 GW by 2022.


Mar, 03rd 2018

This conference, organized in Berlin by Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin (HZB), together with SETA Network, London and in collaboration with the BIPV group of the BIPV group of the European Technology & Innovation Platform Photovoltaics (ETIP-PV), and supported by national industries and stakeholder & associations, is the German event of a series of European conferences and workshops in the field of energy efficiency in buildings and cities with a focus on innovation in solar building skins/ building integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV), as well as related to areas such as smart grid, storage of renewable energies in buildings/cities, e-mobility and Internet of Things (IoT), etc.


Feb, 23rd 2018

It was completed and published in Feb. 2018  the report Mission-Oriented Research & Innovation in the European Union: a problem-solving approach to fuel innovation-led growth by prof. Mariana MAZZUCATO.This document draft strategic recommendations on mission-oriented research and innovation in the EU, to guide the future European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation


Feb, 09th 2018

Durasol, the Multisite Platform for testing the durability of Solar Materials and Systems organizes on Friday, 16th of March 2018 an event to inform potential platform users on the equipment and expertise available. This event also includes a matchmaking session allowing each participant to individually discuss his project with the most appropriate expert from the Durasol platform.


Jan, 16th 2018

Thanks to the day-by-day offers of all involved lecturers, CHEETAH webinar has been constantly enriched during the duration of the project by a series of very interesting  lectures and short on-line courses. The whole set of lectures is now offered  as  complete "virtual"  courses  in PV organized by  topics in dedicated specific web pages under the tab named CHEETAH PVirtual Academy.


Jan, 12th 2018

In order to open new possibilities in the Photovoltaics  community, and after its successful testing at the end of December 2017, CHEETAH project and its KEP-Knowledge Exchange Platform have recently launched a “Careers” page tool.
 


Dec, 12th 2017

30 November 2017 - in Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB),  premises in Berlin, Germany it was held the CHEETAH final event as unique working opportunity to get to know leading experts from research and also industry by summarizing the  4 years’ research results of the project, and  how to implement and continue the innovations in the years to come.


Dec, 01st 2017

On 13 October, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin hosted  its first Industry Day on the topic of Perovskite Solar Cells. Following a recap of the current state of research and development and the future potential of perovskite solar cells, participants from industry have given  a brief presentation to show their company’s interest in the field. Intensive discussions during the Industry Day was the starting point for future cooperation.


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