## The EU Project R2M-Si on Roll to Module Processed Crystalline Silicon Thin-Films

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2014
##### Authors
Lindekugel, Stefan
Pavlovic, Regina
Van Nieuwenhuysen, Kris
Pettersen, Tanja
Astrova, Ekaterina
Straboni, Alain
Kühnlein, Holger H.
Reber, Stefan
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29th European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition : proceedings of the international conference held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22 - 26 September 2014 / Bokhoven, T. P. et al. (ed.). - München : WIP, 2014. - pp. 1673-1677. - ISBN 3-936338-34-5
##### Abstract
This paper presents a summary of the EU project “roll to module processed crystalline silicon thinfilms” (R2M-Si). The aim of this project was to lift off c-Si-thin-films in a cost effective manner, and to process them to integrated interconnected solar cells. One major goal was therefore to provide Si foil material for solar cells with a high efficiency potential. Within the R2M-Si project both the theoretical understanding and the actual process development of porosifying and detaching layers from flat wafers as well as from the circumference of a silicon rod have been investigated. Studies on crystal orientation dependence of the porosification along with tool development towards a continuous formation of a separation layer were accompanied by in depth understanding and thus optimization of the reorganization and subsequent epitaxial growth process. Finally the introduction of a special attachment process and an integrated solar cell concept could be achieved.
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29th European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, Sep 22, 2014 - Sep 26, 2014, Amsterdam
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ISO 690LINDEKUGEL, Stefan, Barbara TERHEIDEN, Regina PAVLOVIC, Kris VAN NIEUWENHUYSEN, Tanja PETTERSEN, Ekaterina ASTROVA, Alain STRABONI, Holger H. KÜHNLEIN, Stefan REBER, 2014. The EU Project R2M-Si on Roll to Module Processed Crystalline Silicon Thin-Films. 29th European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition. Amsterdam, Sep 22, 2014 - Sep 26, 2014. In: BOKHOVEN, T. P., ed. and others. 29th European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition : proceedings of the international conference held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22 - 26 September 2014. München:WIP, pp. 1673-1677. ISBN 3-936338-34-5. Available under: doi: 10.4229/EUPVSEC20142014-3CV.1.31
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@inproceedings{Lindekugel2014Proje-32502,
year={2014},
doi={10.4229/EUPVSEC20142014-3CV.1.31},
title={The EU Project R2M-Si on Roll to Module Processed Crystalline Silicon Thin-Films},
isbn={3-936338-34-5},
publisher={WIP},
booktitle={29th European PV Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition : proceedings of the international conference held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22 - 26 September 2014},
pages={1673--1677},
editor={Bokhoven, T. P.},
author={Lindekugel, Stefan and Terheiden, Barbara and Pavlovic, Regina and Van Nieuwenhuysen, Kris and Pettersen, Tanja and Astrova, Ekaterina and Straboni, Alain and Kühnlein, Holger H. and Reber, Stefan}
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