ASIA CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 2017

Exhibition 24 - 25 October
Conference 24 - 26 October
Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Marina Bay Sands

Session Synopsis 2016

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Solarising Singapore and Asia
PV Asia

Given Singapore's strategic location in the Asian Sunbelt and the high cost of electricity, there has been a growing interest in solar PV over the years. The announcement of the SolarNova programme by the government, with a proposed 350 MW installed on government buildings by 2020, has made Singapore an attractive market for both local and international solar companies and financial institutions. This session will provide a platform for adopters of solar to hear from the experts and understand not only the technology but also the new business model of solar leasing. Some of the pioneering companies will also be presented with awards for their early and innovative adoption of solar.

25 October 2016 (TUESDAY)
14:00 - 14:15
  • Overview of Singapore's Solar landscape and industry development efforts

14:15 - 14:30
  • Solar projects in Singapore

14:30 - 15:30
  • Panel Discussion 3: Solar Landscape of Singapore

    This session will focus on solarising Singapore through the lens of solar developers and policy makers in Singapore.

     

    Innovative implementation models that have been successfully applied, supported by advancements in the industry and relevant policies will be shared.

     

    This will be a good opportunity to explore how these Singapore stories can be exported to ASEAN as the discussions are carried on to Session 4.

     

    • Key business and financing models to develop the PV market

    • Policies and regulatory environment

    • Getting different building categories to adopt solar energy

    • Integration with grid

    • Successful case study of a large scale system adoption

     

     

    • Dr Thomas Reindl
      Dr Thomas Reindl Deputy Chief Executive Officer
      Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore
    • Goh Chee Kiong
      Goh Chee Kiong Executive Director
      Economic Development Board
    • Dallon Kay
      Dallon Kay President & CEO
      Diamond Energy Corporation
    • Ang Kian Seng
      Ang Kian Seng Group Director, Environmental Sustainability Group
      Building and Construction Authority (BCA), Singapore
    • Frank Phuan
      Frank Phuan Founder and Director
      Sunseap Group Pte Ltd
15:30 - 16:00
  • Tea break

16:00 - 16:15
  • Keynote Speaker 4

16:15 - 17:00
  • Panel Discussion 4:

    Continuing from Session 3, this session will bring together clean energy leaders from Singapore and ASEAN to talk about exploring strategic solar deployment opportunities in growth markets in the region like Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia & Malaysia. 

    The session will:

    • provide a regulatory overview of the most up-to-date policies and government support for the solar industry in these countries
    • throw light on practical issues like grid access and land leasing 
    • highlight the role of off-grid rural electrification in empowering villages and potential opportunities
    • explore the rooftop boom in ASEAN
    • identify areas or risk and steps for mitigation for solar development projects in ASEAN
17:00 - onwards
  • Networking Drinks


Financial Summit
PV Asia

Join us at the PV Asia Financial Summit and shape the regional solar energy market through knowledge exchange with key influencers. Our forward-looking agenda has been designed to enable you to stay up to date with the latest developments and opportunities. Hear from the region’s solar project developers, private investors, multilateral agencies, insurers, and industry players, as they tackle the most relevant issues: optimal business models for bankability, risk mitigation, quality assurance, project insurance and best practices for raising various types of financing. 

26 October 2016 (WEDNESDAY)
09:00 - 09:10
  • Opening remarks

    • Christophe Inglin
      Christophe Inglin Vice Chairman,
      Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
      Managing Director,
      Energetix Pte Ltd
    • Burkhard Holder
      Burkhard Holder Managing Director, VDE Renewables
09:10 - 09:30
  • Keynote 1.1:

    The progress of renewable energy in Asia

09:30 - 09:50
  • Keynote 1.2:

    The Asian clean energy outlook and ADB’s projects in the region

09:50 - 10:45
  • Panel session 1:
    The role of multilaterals and donor agencies in clean energy projects

    •     An overview of the facilities and initiatives of donor agencies active in Asia:
    •     Technical assistance
    •     Capacity development
    •     Catalysing start-up ideas
    •     How do donor agencies help overcome challenges that traditional financiers cannot support with?
    •     How can donor agencies empower the transition from fossil fuels to renewables?
    •     What advice do donor agencies have for project developers that want to work with them?
    •     What are the issues in the solar industry that donors face and how can these be addressed?
    • Christophe Inglin
      Christophe Inglin Vice Chairman,
      Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
      Managing Director,
      Energetix Pte Ltd
    • Dr. Yongping Zhai
      Dr. Yongping Zhai Technical Advisor, Energy Sector Group
      Asian Development Bank
    • Lubomir Varbanov
      Lubomir Varbanov Head of New Business
      Infrastructure and Natural Resources, Asia Pacific
      International Finance Corporation
    • Allard Nooy
      Allard Nooy CEO,
      InfraCo Asia
    • Jonathan Phillips
      Jonathan Phillips Senior Advisor, Office of the President & CEO
      Overseas Private Investment Corp. of the U.S.
10:45 - 11:15
  • Coffee break

11:15 - 11:35
  • Keynote 2.1:

    Shifting dynamics of Asian power markets

    • Ashish Sethia
      Ashish Sethia Head of APAC Power & Gas markets
      Bloomberg New Energy Finance
11:35 - 11:55
  • Keynote 2.2:

    Case study: taking the solar plunge with a corporate end-user

11:55 - 12:40
  • Panel session 2:

    Opportunities for corporations and private end users in the solar market

    • What are the opportunities for corporate and private end users to go solar, especially taking into account electricity market liberalization?
    • Which business models such as solar leasing and PPAs are available for this market segment in Asia?
    • What are the options for raising financing and what are the prerequisites for tapping these?
    • What are the challenges these end users face in adopting solar?
    • How can users hedge their risks?
    • Vijay Sirse
      Vijay Sirse Founder and CEO,
      vTrium Group & Red Dot Power
    • Lawrence Wu
      Lawrence Wu Co-founder and Director,
      Sunseap
    • Mathias Steck
      Mathias Steck EVP & Regional Manager Asia Pacific
      Division Energy - Renewables Advisory
      DNV GL
    • Yasser Gamil
      Yasser Gamil Managing Director of Z-One FZCO
    • Rahul Kar
      Rahul Kar Director, Deal Advisory - Infrastructure
      KPMG
12:40 - 14:00
  • Lunch break

14:00 - 14:15
  • Keynote 3.1:

    Innovative clean energy solutions for the Asian market

    • Vijay Sirse
      Vijay Sirse Founder and CEO,
      vTrium Group & Red Dot Power
14:15 - 14:30
14:30 - 14:45
  • Keynote 3.3:

    The evolving solar financing and insurance ecosystem

14:45 - 15:30
  • Panel session 3:

    Outlook on private sector solar investment in Asia

    • What are some of the market dynamics and financial innovations that are driving investment in the region?
    • How has electricity market liberalization opened up investment opportunities in solar?
    • How much growth has there been in solar leasing, and what can be done to further encourage it?
    • What is the potential for YieldCos in Asia?
    • Outlook on raising project financing through capital markets
    • What are the particular regional risks that investors have to deal with?
    • How can investor risk be mitigated?
15:30 - 15:50
  • Tea break

15:50 - 16:10
  • Keynote 4.1:

    Bankability trends in the manufacturing industry

    • Dirk Boes
      Dirk Boes Head of Corporate Finance APAC
      REC Solar
16:10 - 16:30
  • Keynote 4.2:

    Ensuring long-term yield and low degradation rates

16:30- 17:15
  • Panel session 4:

    Driving sustainability in solar

    • A utility’s perspectives on the grid integration of small & medium-scale PV systems: experiences, challenges and necessary improvements
    • Experiences with project quality in Southeast Asia and how to streamline quality assurance in an era of reducing margins
    • Best practices for solar asset management – preventing underperformance and enabling lucrative projects for the secondary market
    • Risk mitigation to reduce financing and insurance costs
    • What are the different options for project insurance and what to look out for when evaluating revenue shortfall coverage?
    • The potential opportunities for integrating energy storage into PV projects in Asia
    • Ayako Kageyama
      Ayako Kageyama Associate Director, Deal Advisory – Power & Utilities
      KPMG Singapore
    • Anna Reodica
      Anna Reodica Program Manager and Specialist
      Renewables Program Management Office, Meralco
    • Dr. Max B. Köntopp
      Dr. Max B. Köntopp Director, R&D Analysis & Modeling,
      Hanwha Q CELLS
    • Burkhard Holder
      Burkhard Holder Managing Director, VDE Renewables
    • Jan Napiorkowski
      Jan Napiorkowski Vice President, Renewable Energy
      Ariel Re
    • Jeremy Ong
      Jeremy Ong Key Account Manager, Power Plants and Energy Storage
      Solar Business, Schneider Electric
17:15 - 17:50
  • Joint wrap-up session:

    Scientific Conference & Financial Summit

     

    Scientific topics:

    • What are some key technological trends that will drive the fundamental shifts in energy use, generation, distribution and export?
    • Upstream technologies / efficiency trends
    • How does the shift of focus from $/W to $/kWh (or LCOE) affect R&D in the PV sector?

    Financial topics:

    • How can the solar industry leverage on multilateral agency support and what should project developers consider when working with multilaterals?
    • What are the financial innovations that are driving solar investment in Asia?
    • What are some options and best practices for project risk mitigation?

PV Asia Scientific Conference
PV Asia

The PV Asia Scientific Conference provides an excellent platform for scientists and engineers to showcase their latest developments in solar PV technologies. The conference programme encompasses topics including novel PV concepts, thin-film technologies, crystalline silicon materials and solar cells, PV module technologies, PV module quality assurance, PV systems, smart grids, and PV characterisation methods.

Day 1: 25 October 2016 (Tuesday)
09:00 - 09:10
  • Welcome Address by Mr Edwin Khew, Chairman, Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore

09:10 - 09:20
  • Welcome Address by Prof Armin Aberle, CEO, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore, General Chair of PVSEC-26

09:20 - 09:35
  • Address by Minister Masagos Zulkifli, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources (MEWR), Singapore

09:35 - 09:55
  • Announcements

09:55 - 10:15
  • Keynote Address

10:15 - 10:45
  • Coffee / Tea Break

    Tour of Exhibition

10:45 - 11:00
  • Keynote Address

     

    • Bambang Susantono
      Bambang Susantono Vice President for Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development
      Asian Development Bank (ADB)
11:00 - 11:50
  • Panel Discussion: Global Trends in Clean Energy

    • Justin Wu
      Justin Wu Head of Asia-Pacific
      Bloomberg New Energy Finance
11:50 - 12:05
  • Keynote Address

12:05 - 12:55
  • Panel Discussion: Scaling Solar Power – A path to reducing emissions and providing energy access

     

12:55 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 14:30
  • Keynote talk: Our Climate and Energy Future

     

    • Prof. Ken BALDWIN
      Prof. Ken BALDWIN Director of the Energy Change Institute,
      Australian National University (ANU)
      Deputy Director,
      Physics and Engineering,
      University's Research School
14:30 - 15:00
  • Plenary speaker Area 5: Photovoltaics Moving into the Terawatt Range

     

15:00 - 15:30
  • Plenary speaker Area 1:  Solar Power Conversion Efficiency Above 40% Short and Long Term Options

     

    • Dr. Ned Ekins-Daukes
      Dr. Ned Ekins-Daukes Reader and Royal Society Industry Fellow,
      Physics Department at Imperial College London
15:30 - 16:00
  • Plenary speaker Area 2: Will We Have > 22% Efficient Multi-Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells?

     

16:00 - 16:30
  • Coffee/Tea Break

16:30 - 17:00
  • Plenary speaker Area 3: Organo-Metal-Halide Perovskite Solar Cells – Past, Present and Future

     

17:00 - 17:30
  • Plenary speaker Area 4: Technology Developments in REC: Silicon to Module

     

Day 2: 26 October 2016 (Wednesday)
09:00 - 10:30
  • Poster Setup (For Areas 1 & 3)

09:00 - 10:30
  • Workshop

09:00 - 09:15
  • Session 1.1.1a (Room 3911) : Dr Adele TAMBOLI, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), United States

    II-IV-V2 materials: Inexpensive III-V Analogs for High-Efficiency, Photovoltaics

     

    Session 1.2.1a (Room 3910A/3810B) : Prof Yoshitaka OKADA, University of Tokyo, Japan

    Progress of Quantum Dot Intermediate-Band Solar Cells

     

    Session 2.1.1a (Room 3811) : Prof Chung-Wen LAN, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

    The Effect of Seed Arrangements on the Ingot Quality of N-type Mono-like Silicon Grown by Directional Solidification

     

    Session 2.3.1a (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Markus FISCHER, Hanwha Q-Cells, Germany

    The 7th edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaic (ITRPV) – Current Trends and Challenges in c-Si Technology

     

    Session 3.2.1a (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Katsumi KUSHIYA, Solar Frontier, Japan

    CIS-based Thin-film PV Technology: Unlocking the Key of High Performance

     

    Session 4.1.1a (Room 3711) : Mr Daisuke FUJISHIMA, Panasonic, Japan

    Silicon heterojunction photovoltaic module with conversion efficiency of 23.8%

09:15 - 09:30
  • Session 1.1.1b (Room 3911) : Mr Alexandre FREUNDLICH, University of Houston, United States

    Large-Grain Near Single Crystalline Ge Thin Films on Glass

     

    Session 1.2.1b (Room 3910A/3810B) : Dr Arno SMETS, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    Hybrid multi-junction PV devices based on thin-film a-Si:H, nc-Si:H, CIGS, organic and c-Si wafer based hetero-junctions

     

    Session 2.1.1b (Room 3811) : Mr Xiande DING, Bruker Optik GmbH, Germany

    High sensitivity FTIR oxygen quantification in complete polycrystalline silicon ingots

     

    Session 2.3.1b (Room 3912/3913) : Prof Stuart WENHAM, University of New South Wales, Australia

    Advanced hydrogenation of mono-Si solar cells

     

    Session 3.2.1b (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Sebastian SCHMIDT, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany

    Interface Engineering of CIGSe/ALD-Zn(O,S) Heterojunctions

     

    Session 4.1.1b (Room 3711) : Dr Yong Sheng KHOO, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Bifacial photovoltaic module with superior front and rear side performance

09:30 - 09:45
  • Session 1.1.1c (Room 3911) : Dr Naoya MIYASHITA, University of Tokyo, Japan,

    Enhancement of Photocurrent in Epitaxial Lift-Off Thin Film

    GaInNAsSb Solar Cells By The Light Confinement Structure

     

    Session 1.2.1c (Room 3910A/3810B) : Dr Zhi Peng LING, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Comparison and characterization of different tunnel layers, suitable for passivated contact formation

     

    Session 2.1.1c (Room 3811) : Dr Anandha Babu GOVINDAN, Nagoya University, Japan

    Effect of different thin seed layers on the grain structure of multicrystalline silicon for photovoltaic application

     

    Session 2.3.1c (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Thorsten DULLWEBER, Institute for Solar Energy Research Hamelin, Germany

    Screen-printed Rear Al Finger Grids Enabling Bifacial PERC+ Cells and Modules

     

    Session 3.2.1c (Room 3812/3813) : Mr Kosuke SHUDO, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

    Effect of Heat-Light Soaking on KF-treated CIGS Thin Film with CBD-CdS and ZnS(O,OH) Buffer Layers

     

    Session 4.1.1c (Room 3711) : Dr Hisanari ONOUCHI, Nitto Denko Corporation, Japan

    Novel Wavelength Conversion Technology "RAYCREA" to Enhance Power Output and Reliability of PV modules

09:45 - 10:00
  • Session 1.1.1d (Room 3911) : Dr Marwan DHAMRIN, Toyo Aluminium K.K., Japan

    Fabrication of Single-Crystalline SixGe1-x on Large Area Silicon Substrates by Screen-Printing Method

     

    Session 1.2.1d (Room 3910A/3810B) : Dr Kenji ARAKI, Toyota Technological Institute, Japan

    Beyond the limit of Si solar cells – III-V on Si cell and its PCSC module concept

     

    Session 2.1.1d (Room 3811) : Mr Su-Hyun BAEK, Yonsei University, South Korea

    Recycling of poly silicon based solar cell wastes using steam plasma method

     

    Session 2.3.1d (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Ki Hyung KIM, Shinsung Solar Energy Co., South Korea

    Record High Efficiency of Screen Printed Si Al-BSF Solar Cell: 20.29%

     

    Session 3.2.1d (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Zhenhao ZHANG, Singulus Technologies AG, Germany

    CIGS-High Efficiency Process Technology for Photovoltaics: CIGS provides the basis for an effective PV module production

     

    Session 4.1.1d (Room 3711) : Dr Anna J. CARR, Energy Research Centre of Netherlands (ECN), Netherlands

    Shade response of a full size TESSERA module

10:00 - 10:15
  • Session 1.1.1e (Room 3911) : Dr Keishiro GOSHIMA, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan

    Intermediate Band in Multi Stacked InGaAs Quantum Dots

     

    Session 1.2.1e (Room 3910A/3810B) : Mr Prashant SINGH, CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, India

    Light Intensity Dependent Characteristics of Micro-textured Si/PEDOT:PSS Heterojunction Solar Cell

     

    Session 2.1.1e (Room 3811) : Mr Takuto KOJIMA, Meiji University, Japan

    Effects of growth conditions and carbon on oxygen precipitation in Cz silicon

     

    Session 2.3.1e (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Josef HAASE, Centrotherm photovoltaics AG, Germany

    Low Pressure Chemical Vapour Deposition for In Situ Doped N+ POLO Junctions in Industrial Silicon Solar Cells

     

    Session 3.2.1e (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Hideaki ARAKI, National Institute of Technology (Nagaoka College), Japan

    Effects of Sodium on Cu2SnS3 Thin Films Prepared By Co-Evaporation

     

    Session 4.2.1a (Room 3711) : Mr Anil VIJAYENDRAN, MiaSolé, United States

    Key applications and benefits of lightweight, flexible solar modules

10:15 - 10:30
  • Session 1.1.1f (Room 3911) : Dr Stella Maris VAN EEK, FHR Anlagenbau GmbH, Germany

    Investigation of multilayer ZnO:Al/Ag/ZnO:Al transparent conductive films prepared by magnetron sputtering for solar applications

     

    Session 1.2.1f (Room 3910A/3810B) : Dr Anna NIKOLSKAIA, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

    Efficient Four-Terminal Tandem PV Cells: from DSC/c-Si to PSC/c-Si

     

    Session 2.1.1f (Room 3811) : Dr Sungsun Baik, Woongjin Energy, South Korea

    The Effect of Heating Position on Temperature Profile of the Czochralski method

     

    Session 2.3.1f (Room 3912/3913) : Mr Chang Youn YOO, Shinsung Solar Energy, South Korea

    Cost Benefit and Risk Analysis of Industrial p-Type PERC and PERT Advanced from Al-BSF Production Line

     

    Session 3.2.1f (Room 3812/3813) : Mr Adiyudha SADONO, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    Efficiency Enhancement of Flexible Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Deposited on Polyimide-coated Soda Lime Glass Substrates by Alkali Treatment

     

    Session 4.2.1b (Room 3711) : Prof Shih-Hung LIN, TungHai University, Taiwan

    Influence of edge recombination on the CIGS solar module

10:30 - 11:00
  • Coffee / Tea Break

11:00 - 12:30
  • Poster session 1 (Area 3, Part A)

    (For each poster, at least one presenter must be present)

11:00 - 12:30
  • Workshop

11:00 - 11:15
  • Session 1.1.2a (Room 3911) : Mr Maksym PLAKHOTNYUK, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

    Behind the Nature of Titanium Oxide Excellent Surface Passivation and Carrier Selectivity of c-Si

     

    Session 1.2.2a (Room 3910A/3810B) : Prof Christophe BALLIF, EPFL, Switzerland

    Application of silicon solar cells with passivated contacts in high-efficiency tandem solar cells

     

    Session 2.1.2a (Room 3811) : Prof Erik Stensrud MARSTEIN, Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), Norway

    New processes for producing silicon for solar cells from silane gas

     

    Session 2.3.2a (Room 3912/3913) : Prof Makoto KONAGAI, Tokyo City University, Japan

    Major research accomplishment in 5 years of "FUTURE-PV Innovation" project

     

    Session 3.2.2a (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Kannan RAMANATHAN, Stion, United States

    New emitters for CIGS: from cells to full size modules

     

    Session 4.1.2a (Room 3711) : Mr LI Min, HIUV, China

    Advantages of using white encapsulants in PV modules

11:15 - 11:30
  • Session 1.1.2b (Room 3911) : Mr Chang-Yeh LEE, University of New South Wales, Australia

    The Effect of Thermal Annealing on WOX Hole Selective Contacts for P-type Silicon Solar Cells

     

    Session 1.2.2b (Room 3910A/3810B) : Ms Sarah SOFIA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States

    Metal Grid Contact Design for Four-Terminal Tandem Solar Cells

     

    Session 2.1.2b (Room 3811) : Mr Fiacre ROUGIEUX, Australian National University, Australia

    Carrier induced degradation in compensated n-type solar cells: Impact of temperature, light-intensity and forward bias voltage on the reaction kinetics

     

    Session 2.3.2b (Room 3912/3913) : Mr Christophe ALLEBE, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique, Switzerland

    Hitting the symbolic 30% efficiency threshold of Si-based photovoltaics

     

    Session 3.2.2b (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Kong Fai TAI, Solar Frontier, Japan

    From 20.9% to 22.3% CIGS Solar Cell: Reduced Recombination Rate at the Interface and Depletion Region due to K-treatment

     

    Session 4.1.2b (Room 3711) : Dr Jinseok LEE, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), South Korea

    Recovery Technology of Intact Wafer from End-of-life c-Si Photovoltaic Module

11:30 - 11:45
  • Session 1.1.2c (Room 3911) : Dr Shuhei YAGI, Saitama University, Japan

    Effect of Carrier Blocking Layer on Carrier Collection in Intermediate-Band Solar Cells using GaAs:N Delta-Doped Superlattice

     

    Session 1.2.2c (Room 3910A/3810B) : Mr Haohui LIU, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Predicted outdoor energy yield of Si based tandem solar cells

     

    Session 2.1.2c (Room 3811) : Mr Chang SUN, Australian National University, Australia

    Activation Kinetics of the Boron-Oxygen defect in Compensated n- and p-type Silicon Studied by High-Injection Micro-photoluminescence

     

    Session 2.3.2c (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Armin RICHTER, Fraunhofer-ISE, Germany

    Silicon solar cells with full-area passivated rear contacts: Influence of wafer resistivity on device performance on a 25% efficiency level

     

    Session 3.2.2c (Room 3812/3813) : Ms Xue ZHENG, Singapore Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Raman Spectroscopy Studies of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Absorber Layers Prepared at Various Selenization Temperatures

     

    Session 4.2.2c (Room 3711) : Dr Dirk WEISS, First Solar, United States

    The bottom line: real-world performance advantage of thin-film CdTe technology

11:45 - 12:00
  • Session 1.1.2d (Room 3911) : Dr Sjoerd VELDHUIS, Energy Research Institute at NTU (ERI@N), Singapore

    Highly Luminescent and Stable Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Core-shell Nanoparticles for Light Emission and PV Applications

     

    Session 1.2.2d (Room 3910A/3810B) : Dr Qiming LIU, Saitama University, Japan

    Nafion-modified PEDOT:PSS for stable, high-performance crystalline-Si/organic heterojunction solar cells

     

    Session 2.1.2d (Room 3811) : Mr Ryota SUZUKI, Meiji University, Japan

    Evaluation of Saw Damages with Diamond-Coated Wire in Crystalline Silicon Solar Cell by Photoluminescence Imaging

     

    Session 2.3.2d (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Felix HAASE, Institute for Solar Energy Research Hamelin (ISFH), Germany

    IBC solar cells with polycrystalline on oxide (POLO) passivating contacts for both polarities.

     

    Session 3.2.2d (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Reinhard FENDLER, FHR Anlagenbau GmbH, Germany

    Large Area Deposition of Contact Films by Magnetron Sputtering

     

    Session 4.2.2d (Room 3711) : Mr Michael van der GUGTEN, Smit Thermal Solutions, Netherlands

    Controllability and reproducibility measures in thermal process equipment

12:00 - 12:15
  • Session 1.1.2e (Room 3911) : Dr Suwit Kiravittaya, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

    Tandem Quantum Dot Nanostructures for Photovoltaic Applications

     

    Session 1.2.2e (Room 3910A/3810B) : Prof Tomoyoshi MOTOHIRO, Nagoya University, Japan

    Concept of the solar-pumped laser-PV combined system and its application to laser beam power feeding to electric vehicles

     

    Session 2.1.2e (Room 3811) : Dr Boyun JANG, Korea Institute of Energy Research, South Korea

    Mono-crystalline silicon wafering process by using a multi-wire electrical discharge

     

    Session 2.3.2e (Room 3912/3913) : Mr Di YAN, Australian National University, Australia

    Silicon Nitride/Silicon Oxide interlayer for solar cell passivating contacts based on PECVD amorphous silicon

     

    Session 3.2.2e (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Negar NAGHAVI, IRDEP, France

    Ultrathin CIGS based solar cells: the impact of deposition methods & light management

     

    Session 4.1.2e (Room 3711) : Mr Stefan ROEST, Eternal Sun Group, Netherlands

    PERC: Critical measurement requirements for manufacturing and laboratory testing

12:15 - 12:30
  • Session 1.1.2f (Room 3911) : Dr Hidetoshi SUZUKI, University of Miyazaki, Japan

    The influence of substrate orientation on strain relaxation mechanisms of InGaAs layer grown on vicinal GaAs substrates measured by in situ X-ray diffraction

     

    Session 1.2.2f (Room 3910A/3810B) : Prof Gavin CONIBEER, University of New South Wales, Australia

    Uncovering hot carrier cooling mechanisms in multiple quantum wells

     

    Session 2.1.2f (Room 3811) : Mr Adolphus SONG, REC Solar, Singapore

    Elkem Solar Silicon: Silicon Feedstock for High Performance Multicrystalline Wafers

     

    Session 2.3.2f (Room 3912/3913) : Kai Carstens, University of Stuttgart, Germany,

    23.2% laser processed back contact solar cells with amorphous silicon passivation

     

    Session 3.2.2f (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Takahito NISHIMURA, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    Interface-quality Improvement by Controlling Cu(2-x)Se layer in Three-stage Method for High Efficiency Cu(In, Ga)Se2 Solar Cells

     

    Session 4.1.2f (Room 3711) : Dr Hsin-Hsin HSIEH, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan

    Enhancement of Light Absorption for solar module

12:30 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 15:30
  • Poster session 2 (Area 3, part B)

    (For each poster, at least one presenter must be present)

14:00 - 15:30
  • Workshop

14:00 - 14:15
  • Session 1.1.3a (Room 3911) : Dr Vinod KUMAR, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

    Effect of applied voltage on spray deposited gallium doped ZnO thin films for solar cell application

     

    Session 2.2.1a (Room 3811) : Prof Jan SCHMIDT, ISFH, Germany

    Recent advances in understanding and suppressing light-induced degradation in multi-Si solar cells

     

    Session 3.2.3a (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Christian KAUFMANN, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany

    Fast Atmospheric Chalcogenization of Metallic Cu-In-Ga Precursors

     

    Session 3.3.1a (Room 3912/3913) : Prof David MITZI, Duke Chemistry, United States

    Perovskite Absorbers Beyond CH3NH3PbI3: Status and Challenges

     

    Session 4.3.1a (Room 3711) : Dr Volker NAUMANN, Fraunhofer-CSP, Germany

    Investigations on the formation of stacking faults leading to PID-shunting

     

    Session 4.4.1a (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Giuseppe GALBIATI, ISC Konstanz, Germany

    Zebra Cells and Module Technology for Bifacial System

14:15 - 14:30
  • Session 1.1.3b (Room 3911) : Mr Arastoo TEYMOURI, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia

    Transparent Conductive Film for Emerging Heat-Sensitive Devices

     

    Session 2.2.1b (Room 3811) : Mr Hang Cheong SIO, Australia

    Recombination behaviour of p-type high performance multicrystalline silicon before and after phosphorus diffusion and hydrogenation

     

    Session 3.2.3b (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Yongliang HUANG, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

    Fabricating CIGS absorber with double grading band gap structure by twice sputtering and selenization

     

    Session 3.3.1b (Room 3912/3913) : Yan CHEN, NTU, Singapore

    Lead-free Tin (IV)-based A2SnI6 Perovskite Materials for Photovoltaic Application

     

    Session 4.3.1b (Room 3711) : Dr Atsushi MASUDA, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

    Potential-Induced Degradation for Heterojunction Crystalline Si Photovoltaic Modules

     

    Session 4.4.1b (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Rhett EVANS, University of New South Wales, Australia

    Using the approaches of "Big Data" to generate insights into PV Manufacturing

14:30 - 14:45
  • Session 1.1.3c (Room 3911) : Dr Pei WANG, University of New South Wales, Australia

    Carrier thermalisation of titanium hydride analysed by transient absorption test

     

    Session 2.2.1c (Room 3811) : Dr Sieu Pheng PHANG, Australian National University (ANU), Australia

    N-type High-Performance Multicrystalline and Quasi-Monocrystalline Silicon Wafers with Lifetimes above 2ms

     

    Session 3.2.3c (Room 3812/3813) : Mr Weimin LI, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore,

    Investigation of Modified Molybdenum Rear Contact Stack Designs for CIGS solar cells

     

    Session 3.3.1c (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Asim GUCHHAIT, Nanyang Technological University Singapore

    Tandem solar cells configuration between perovskite and CIGS solar cells

     

    Session 4.3.1c (Room 3711) : Dr. Renate ZAPF-GOTTWICK, University of Stuttgart, Germany

    Long term leaching of photovoltaic modules

     

    Session 4.4.1c (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Kenneth GOH, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Fast (NOCT) Nominal Operating Cell Temperature Indoor Measurement

14:45 - 15:00
  • Session 1.1.3d (Room 3911) : Dr Katsuhisa YOSHIDA, University of Tokyo, Japan

    Simulation Analysis of Impurity-Band assisted Quantum-Dot Intermediate-Band Solar Cells

     

    Session 2.2.1d (Room 3811) : Dr Wolfgang JOOSS, RCT Solutions, Germany

    Recent results on multicrystalline PERCT solar cells and modules

     

    Session 3.2.3d (Room 3812/3813) : Mr Seung Tae KIM, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea

    Growth of a large-grained Cu-deficient CIGS film with two-stage co-evaporation process and investigation of morphology evolution

     

    Session 3.3.1d (Room 3912/3913) : Mr Santhosh SHANMUGAM, Solliance - Holst Centre, Netherlands

    Up-scalable sheet-to-sheet production of high efficiency perovskite module and solar cells on 6-inch substrate using slot-die coating

     

    Session 4.3.1d (Room 3711) : Dr Atsushi MASUDA, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

    Potential-Induced Degradation for Heterojunction Crystalline Si Photovoltaic Modules

     

    Session 4.4.1d (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Werner HERMANN, TUV Rheinland Group, Germany

    Advances in spectral irradiance analysis of solar simulators

15:00 - 15:15
  • Session 1.1.3e (Room 3911) : Mr Warakorn YANWACHIRAKUL, University of Tokyo, Japan

    Design Structure of Free-barrier InGaAs/GaNAs Multiple Quantum Well Solar Cells with 1.2 eV Energy Gap

     

    Session 2.2.1e (Room 3811) : Dr Abhishek KUMAR, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Total cost of ownership to manufacture solar cells: Al-BSF vs PERC

     

    Session 3.2.3e (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Jihye KIM, ISAC Research Inc., South Korea

    Development of high throughput batch type ALD system for Zn(OS) buffer layer for CIGS PV Module

     

    Session 3.3.1e (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Mikas REMEIKA, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

    Scalable Fabrication of Perovskite Solar Cells under Ambient Conditions by Ultrasonic Spray Coating

     

    Session 4.3.1e (Room 3711) : Dr Jacqui CROZIER, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa

    Quantification of the effects of Photovoltaic module defects and degradation using Electroluminescence imaging

     

    Session 4.4.1e (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Jai Prakash SINGH, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Bifacial solar cell measurements under STC and its impact on bifacial module measurements

15:15 - 15:30
  • Session 1.1.3f (Room 3911) : Dr Francesco MADDLENA, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Energy Research Institute @ NTU, Singapore

    Effect of precursor stoichiometry and device architecture on the characteristics of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite field-effect transistors

     

    Session 2.2.1f (Room 3811) : Ms Monika BIERI, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Economic viability analysis of solar cell manufacturing

     

    Session 3.2.3f (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Anjun HAN, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

    Effect of heat treatment on the properties of the partially selenized Cu(In,Ga)Se2 films

     

    Session 3.3.1f (Room 3912/3913) : Mr Zhengshan YU, Stanford University, United States

    Two-terminal monolithic perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells with efficiencies over 22%

     

    Session 4.3.1f (Room 3711) : Dr Anil KOTTANTHARAYIL, Arizona State University, United States

    Comparative study of performance of fielded PV modules in two countries

     

    Session 4.4.1f (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Kenji ARAKI, Toyota Technological Institute, Japan

    A 2-D Monte Carlo Simulation for Analysis of the Acceptance Angle of CPV

15:30 - 16:00
  • Coffee / Tea Break

16:00 - 16:15
  • Session 1.2.3a (Room 3911) : Dr Lewis FRAAS, JX Crystals Inc, United States

    Light Weight Fuel-Fired TPV Battery Replacement

     

    Session 2.2.2a (Room 3811) : Dr Hao JIN, Jinko Solar, China

    >21% high efficiency industrial screen-printed multicrystalline silicon solar cell

     

    Session 3.2.4a (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Homare HIROI, Showa Shell Sekiyu & Solar Frontier, Japan

    New Challenge in Se-free Cu(In,Ga)S2 Solar Cells

     

    Session 3.3.2a (Room 3912/3913) : Prof Shuzi HAYASE, Kyushu Institute of Technology Japan

    Architecture of interface at perovskite layer and hole transport layer for perovskite solar cells

     

    Session 4.3.2a (Room 3711) : Dr John WOHLGEMUTH, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), United States

    Reliability and Durability of PV Modules in PV Systems

     

    Session 4.4.2a (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Marko TOPIC, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

    Diffuse and direct light solar spectra and mc-Si PV module performance modelling

16:15 - 16:30
  • Session 1.2.3b (Room 3911) : Dr Kikuo MAKITA, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

    Low Concentration InGaP/GaAs/Si 3-Junction Solar Cells with Smart Stack Technology

     

    Session 2.2.2b (Room 3811) : Mrs Jessica CHOU, DuPont, Taiwan

    The Evolution of Metallization Paste Development to Enable Fine Line Printing

     

    Session 3.2.4b (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Shin Woei LEOW, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Energy Research Institute @ NTU, Singapore

    Grain growth in antimony doped CuIn(S,Se) thin films with 8% efficiency

     

    Session 3.3.2b (Room 3912/3913) : Prof Donghwan KIM, Korean University, South Korea

    Light- and electric field-induced degradation of perovskite solar cells

     

    Session 4.3.2b (Room 3711) : Dr Sungwoo CHOI, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

    Time-dependent changes in CIGS and CdTe photovoltaic modules due to outdoor exposure

     

    Session 4.4.2b (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Tetsuyuki ISHII, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan

    Development of a methodology to estimate electric power from various photovoltaic technologies

16:30 - 16:45
  • Session 1.2.3c (Room 3911) : Dr Zacharie JEHL, University of Tokyo, Japan

    Selective contacts for Hot Carrier Solar Cells using asymmetric double resonant tunnelling barriers

     

    Session 2.2.2c (Room 3811) : Dr Fangdan JIANG, Jinko Solar, China

    Effective Reduction of Light Induced Degradation in PERC Solar Cells by Electro-Injection Annealing

     

    Session 3.2.4c (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Negar NAGHAVI, Institut de recherche et développement sur l'énergie photovoltaïque (IRDEP), France

    New ammonia free, room temperature and reusable chemical bath for Zn(S,O) buffer layer in Cu(In,Ga)Se2 based solar cells

     

    Session 3.3.2c (Room 3912/3913) : Mr Yiliang WU, Australian National University (ANU), Australia

    On the Origin of Hysteresis in Perovskite Solar Cells

     

    Session 4.3.2c (Room 3711) : Dr Santosh Kumar RATH, REC Solar, Singapore,

    PV Backsheets: An Investigation of Hydrolytic Degradation of the middle PET

     

    Session 4.4.2c (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Yoshihiro HISHIKAWA, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

    Effects of Synchronous Irradiance Monitoring and Correction of I-V Curves on the Outdoor Performance Measurements of PV Modules

16:45 - 17:00
  • Session 1.2.3d (Room 3911) : Dr Sanjay SRIVASTAVA, CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, India

    Fabrication and Characterization of Silver Assisted Chemically Etched Silicon Nanowire Arrays Based Solar Cells

     

    Session 2.2.2d (Room 3811) : Prof Chung-Wen LAN, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

    Surface activation and gettering of multi-crystalline silicon wafers from diamond and slurry wire slicing

     

    Session 3.2.4d (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Pedro SALOME, Instituto de Ciências Exatas, Brazil

    Cd and Cu interdiffusion in CIGS/CdS hetero-interfaces

     

    Session 3.3.2d (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Sneha Avinash KULKARNI, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Energy Research Institute @ NTU, Singapore

    Investigating the feasibility of symmetric guanidinium (GA, CH6N3+) based plumbate perovskites (GAPbI3 and GA2PbI4) in prototype solarcell devices

     

    Session 4.3.2d (Room 3711) : Dr Volker NAUMANN, Fraunhofer Center for Silicon Photovoltaics CSP, Germany

    Microstructural analysis of the soiling process in desert regions

     

    Session 4.4.2d (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Jiadong QIAN, Australian National University, Australia

    Accurate Outdoor I-V Measurement of c-Si PV Module

17:00 - 17:15
  • Session 1.2.3e (Room 3911) : Mr Zhe LIU, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Effect of Ohmic Shunts on 2T Multijunction Solar Cells

     

    Session 2.2.2e (Room 3811) : Dr Yi-Te WU, Motech Industries Inc, Taiwan

    The effect of busbar morphology on busbar-ribbon adhesion performance of screen-printed Ag contact in crystalline silicon solar cells

     

    Session 3.2.4e (Room 3812/3813) : Mr Motoki WATANABE, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    Thiourea treatment for Cu(In,Ga)Se2 solar cells

     

    Session 3.3.2e (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Masato MAITANI, University of Tokyo, Japan

    Carrier Transport of Perovskite Solar Cells Controlled by Exposed Facet of Oxide Scaffold

     

    Session 4.3.2e (Room 3711) : Mr Ashish SINGH, Renewsys India Pvt Ltd, India

    Thermoplastic polyolefin based Encapsulant, a better Encapsulant material for PV module Reliability

     

    Session 4.4.2e (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Ryota SAKAMOTO, University of Miyazaki, Japan

    Output increase of photovoltaic module using silica based coat having anti-reflection and anti-soiling effects

17:15 - 17:30
  • Session 1.2.3f (Room 3911) : Prof Tomah SOGABE, The University of ElectroCommunications, Japan

    Investigation of Hot Carrier Transportation Dynamics in InAs/GaAs Quantum Dot Solar Cell

     

    Session 2.2.2f (Room 3811) : Dr Ankit KHANNA, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Single-component non-acidic emitter etch-back process for both n and p-type tube-diffused crystalline silicon wafer solar cells

     

    Session 3.2.4f (Room 3812/3813) : Mr Kazuki HAMAMURA, Ritsumeikan University, Japan

    Influence of Cu/(Ge+Sn) composition ratio on photovoltaic performances of Cu2Sn1-xGexS3 solar cell

     

    Session 3.3.2f (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Guifang HAN, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Energy Research Institute @ NTU, Singapore

    Effect of lead source on the performance of inverted planar perovskite solar cell

     

    Session 4.3.2f (Room 3711) : Mr Wei LUO, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    In-situ Characterization of Potential Induced Degradation in c-Si Photovoltaic Modules through Dark I-V Measurements

     

    Session 4.4.2f (Room 3810A/3810B) : Mr Takumi SAKAI, University of Miyazaki, Japan

    Receiving conditions at the time of vertical installation in the bifacial photovoltaic

17:30 - 17:45
  • Session 1.2.3g (Room 3911) : Prof Stanko TOMIC, University of Salford, United Kingdom

    Global Optimisation of Multi Junction Solar Cells Under Current Matching Conditions

     

    Session 2.2.2g (Room 3811) : Dr Yufeng ZHUANG, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

    Versatile strategies for improving the performance of diamond wire sawn mc-Si solar cells

     

    Session 3.2.4g (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Leng ZHANG, Tsinghua University, China

    The key limiting factors in CuInGaSe2 thin film solar cells prepared by Sputtering From Quaternary Target Without Post-selenization

     

    Session 3.3.2g (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Mathew SHERBURNE, University of California Berkeley, United States

    Identifying lead-free double perovskite photovoltaic materials by high-throughput computational screening

     

    Session 4.3.2g (Room 3711) : Mr Sachiko JONAI, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

    Root Cause of Potential Induced Degradation for p-Type Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Modules

     

    Session 4.4.2g (Room 3810A/3810B) : Ms Min Hsian SAW, Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Singapore

    Optical characterization and evaluation of various PV module materials for maximized module power output

17:45 - 18:00
  • Session 1.2.3h (Room 3911) : Ms Sunhwa LEE, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, South Korea

    Monolithic a-Si:H Thin Film/c-Si Tandem Solar Cells using Double Doped nc-Si:H Tunneling Junction

     

    Session 2.2.2h (Room 3811) : Mr Laurent CLOCHARD, Nines PV, Ireland

    Industrial Dry texturing developments for diamond-wire cut mc-Si wafers

     

    Session 3.2.4h (Room 3812/3813) : Dr Nicoleta NICOARA, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal

    Spatially-resolved insight into the formation of the Cu(In,Ga)Se2/CdS interface - evidence for chemical and electronic non-uniformities

     

    Session 3.3.2h (Room 3912/3913) : Dr Mohammad Istiaque HOSSAIN, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, Qatar

    Fabrication of Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Solar Cells and Photoluminescence Study of the Charge Dynamics

     

    Session 4.3.2h (Room 3711) : Ms Yaowanee SANGPONGSANONT, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), Thailand

    Thirteen-year Long-term Monitoring and Reliability of PV Module Degradation in Thailand

     

    Session 4.4.2h (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Vikrant SHARMA, National Institute of Solar Energy, India

    Development of Current Voltage Characteristics for a Photovoltaic (PV) Module from Name Plate Specification Considering the Effect of Module Degradation

18:00 - 18:15
  • Session 1.2.3i (Room 3911) : Dr Santosh SHRESTHA, University of New South Wales, Australia

    Recent progress with absorber and energy selective contacts for hot carrier solar cells

     

    Session 2.2.2i (Room 3811) : Dr Saravanan SOMASUNDARAM, RenewSys India Pvt Ltd, India

    Loss Analysis on Inline Processed Multi Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells

     

    Session 4.4.2i (Room 3810A/3810B) : Dr Adarsh Kumar PANDEY, University of Malaya, Malaysia

    Performance evaluation of PV/T air collector at constant solar radiation and flow rates


Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification (ACEPT 2017)
RE Asia

The second Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification (ACEPT) will cooperate with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics (IEEE) to bring together the world leading experts to present emerging topics on energy, power, and transportation electrification.For more information, please visit http://acept.asia.

Day 1: 25 October 2016 (Tuesday)
09:00 - 09:55
  • ACES 2016, PVSEC-26 and AWTEC Joint Opening Ceremony

09:55 - 10:45
  • Coffee / Tea Break

10:45 - 12:45
  • Plenary Session A

    Energy Storage and Transportation Electrification

    A1 : High-Performance Electric Transportation as a System of Systems

     

    A2 : How Distributed Energy Resources and the Internet of Things are changing the Grid

     

    A3: To be confirmed

     

    A4 : The Challenge of ESS + Smart Energy Integration

    • Professor Philip Krein
      Professor Philip Krein Executive Dean, Zhejiang University / University of Illinois Institute, Haining, China,
      Director, Grainger Center for Electric Machinery and Electromechanics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and President, IEEE Transportation Electrification Community
    • Dr Phil Blythe
      Dr Phil Blythe Founder and CEO, GreenSync, Australia
    • Mr Peter Ng Soon Hen
      Mr Peter Ng Soon Hen Managing Director, Narada Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
    • Mr Yasuhiro Morinaga
      Mr Yasuhiro Morinaga General Manager, Head of Energy Devices Sales and Marketing, Sony Electronics (Singapore) Pte Ltd
12:45 - 14:00
  • Lunch and Viewing of Exhibition

14:00 - 15:30
  • Presentation of Papers

     

    Parallel Session 1: New Trend of Microgrids and Electric Vehicles
    Track: Smart Grid and Transportation Electrification

     

    Parallel Session 2: Topology and Control of Renewable Energy Generation System I

    Track: Renewable Energy

     

14:00 - 14:05
  • Introduction by Session Chairs

14:05 - 14:20
  • 1.1:  Distributed Coordination for Economical Operation of Power Park with Multiple Microgrids
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter: Dr Jianfang XIAO

     

    2.1 Planar micro-optic solar concentrator for natural daylighting systems in tropics
    Organization: Institute of High Performance Computing and Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR, Singapore
    Presenter: Dr Jun Rong ONG

14:20 : 14:35
  • 1.2 Development of a Power Mix Management System for REIDS Microgrids
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and GE Grid Solutions
    Presenter: Aditya VENKATARAMAN

     

    2.2 Dual Buck Grid-connected Inverter Based on GaN Devices 
    Authors: Lu Wang, Yan Li, Qi Yan, Wei Dou
    Organization: Beijing Jiaotong University and Beijing Corona Science & Technology, China
    Presenter: Lu WANG

14:35 : 14:50
  • 1.3 A Parametric Study: The Impact of Components Sizing on Range Extended Electric Vehicle’s Driving Range)
    Organization: UTM Centre for Low Carbon Transport, Malaysia, in cooperation with Imperial College London (Locartic), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Presenter: Feng Xian TAN

     

    2.3 A New Control Strategy of High-Frequency Link Inverter
    Organization: Beijing Jiaotong University, China
    Presenter: Prof Rui Xiang HAO

14:50 : 15:05
  • 1.4 Implementing a 3-layer Communication Architecture for AC & DC Hybrid Smart Microgrid
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter: Dr Liang ZHANG

     

    2.4  A Reduced Noise Four-Switch Three-Phase Inverter Introducing Novel Type Switch Control Technique
    Organization: Akashi National College of Technology, Japan
    Presenter: To be confirmed

15:05 : 15:20
  • 1.5 Study of Electric Vehicles Penetration in Singapore and its potential Impact on Distribution Grid
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter: Dr Sriram VAISAMBHAYANA

     

    2.5 Operation and Control of Photovoltaic Fed Unified Power Quality Conditioner:  An Investigation
    Organization:  National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
    Presenter: To be confirmed

15:20 : 15:30
  • Closing for Session 1

     

    Closing for Session 2 

15:30 - 16:00
  • Coffee / Tea Break

16:00 - 17:30
  • Presentation of Papers

     

    Parallel Session 3: Modern Distributed Generation, Conversion and Networks
    Track: Smart Grid

     

    Parallel Session 4: Topology and Control of Renewable Energy Generation System II
    Track: Renewable Energy

16:00 - 16:05
  • Introductions by Session Chairs

16:05 - 16:20
  • 3.1 Real Time Emulation of Dynamic Tariff for Congestion Management in Distribution Networks 
    Presenter: Prof Qiuwei WU

     

    4.1 An Improved Control Strategy for Three-phase AC/DC/AC Converter in UPS Application
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter: Dr Quoc-Nam TRINH

16:20 - 16:35
  • 3.2 A Grid-Connected PV/Supercapacitor/Battery Hybrid Distributed Generation System Integrated with Multiport DC-DC Converter
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Presenter: Xian LIANG

     

    4.2 Modeling and Control of a Wide-Input Hybrid Resonant Microconverter for Photovoltaic Applications
    Organization: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
    Presenter: Xiaonan ZHAO

16:35 - 16:50
  • 3.3 Moving Towards Reliability-Centred Management of Energy, Power and Transportation Assets
    Organization: DNV GL, Singapore
    Presenter: Dr Loc Khanh NGUYEN

     

    4.3 Simplified Multi-objective Co-control to Improve Performance of Three-phase Grid-connected Inverters under Unbalanced Grid Conditions
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and China University of Mining & Technology, Xuzhou, China
    Presenter: Dr Xiaoqiang LI

16:50 - 17:05
  • 3.4 A Novel Electrolytic Capacitor-less Multilevel Inverter with Coupled Inductor
    Organization:  National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
    Presenter: Chi-Shen WU

     

    4.4 Comparison of High Power Density AC/DC Converters
    Organization: National Taiwan University, Taiwan
    Presenter: Chun-Yu YANG

17:05 - 17:20
  • 3.5 Co-Evolution of Smart Energy Products and Services: a Novel Approach towards Smart Grids
    Organization: (i) University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, (ii) Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands, (iii) Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands; (iv) TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, (v) DNV GL, Groningen, The Netherlands, (vi)Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna, Austria, (vii) eseia (European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance), Graz, Austria, (viii) University of Technology Graz, Graz, Austria
    Presenter: Prof Angele REINDERS

     

    4.5 Decoupled DQ-PLL with Positive Sequence Voltage Normalization for Wind Turbine LVRT Control
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Vestas Technology R&D Singapore
    Presenter: Sai Datta V Rao VADLAMUDI

17:20 - 17:30
  • Closing for Session 3

     

    Closing for Session 4

Day 2: 26 October 2016 (Wednesday)
09:00 - 10:30
  • Plenary Session B

    Emerging Technologies and Market Opportunities

     

     

09:00 - 09:30
  • B1 : Significant Paths for Future Power Electronics Technology Development

    • Professor Braham Ferreira
      Professor Braham Ferreira Professor, Delf University of Technology, The Netherlands and President, IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS)
0930 - 10:00
  • B2 : Cost Effective Options for Hydrogen based Technologies in ASEAN countries

10:00 - 10:30
  • B3 : High Performance Power Conversion Technologies for More Efficient Energy Use

    • Dr Peter Barbosa
      Dr Peter Barbosa Manager, Medium Voltage Drive Business Department, Delta Electronics, Taiwan
10:30 - 11:00
  • Coffee / Tea Break

11:00 - 12:40
  • Presentation of Papers

     

    Parallel Session 5: Advanced Control, Demand Response and Power Market Track: Smart Grid, Marketing and General Business

     

    Parallel Session 6: Microgrids and Integration of Renewable Energy Generation Systems
    Track: Renewable Energy

11:00 - 11:05
  • Introduction by Session Chairs

11:05 - 11:20
  • 5.1 Analysis of PI Controller Shunt APF Using PSCAD for Single Phase Nonlinear Load 
    Organization: University Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia
    Presenter: Soo Chin CHONG

     

    6. 1 Wind Power Plant Voltage Control Optimization with Embedded Application of Wind Turbines and STATCOM
    Organization: Technical University of Denmark and DONG Energy Wind Power, Denmark
    Presenter: Prof Qiuwei WU

11:20 - 11:35
  • 5.2 The Electric Road System -Transition from a System to a System-of-Systems
    Organization: KTH Royal Institute of Technology and  Viktoria Swedish ICT, Sweden
    Presenter: Stefan TONGUR

     

    6.2 Evolving Grid Architecture for Renewable Energy
    Organization: Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi, India
    Presenter: Dr Rajendra K. PANDEY

11:35 - 11:50
  • 5.3 Multi-area Model Predictive Load Frequency Control : A Decentralized Approach
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Presenter: Volkan KUMTEPELI

     

    6.3 The GRHYD Project: Injection of Hydrogen in Gas Networks for a Low-Carbon Energy Mix
    Organization: ENGIE Lab Singapore and ENGIE Lab Crigen, France
    Presenter: To Be Confirmed

11:50 - 12:05
  • 5.4 Secondary Control for DC Microgrids: A Review
    Organization:  Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter:Sujan ADHIKARI

     

    6.4 Cable Ampacity Calculation and Analysis for Power Flow Optimization
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter: Nishanthi DURAISAMY

12:05 - 12:20
  • 5.5 Development of Autonomous Demand Response System for Electric Load Management
    Organization: Petra Christian University, Surabaya, Indonesia
    Presenter: Yusak TANOTO

     

    6.5 Modern Energy for Off-grid Communities in South East Asia : Opportunities and challenges for microgrid projects
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, SIngapore
    Presenter:  Martha LOLEIT

12:20 - 12:35
  • 5.6 Market Clearing Model for Singapore Electricity Market incorporating Transmission Loss
    Organization: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and DNV GL Singapore
    Presenter: Yue GAO

     

    6.6 Microgrid Innovative Solution within the REIDS Program
    Organization: ENGIE + Schneider
    Presenter: To Be Confirmed

12:35 - 12:40
  • Closing for Session 5

     

    Closing for Session 6

12:40 - 14:00
  • Lunch and Viewing of Exhibition

14:00 - 17:00
14:00 - 14:30
  • Keynote 1: Cutting-edge Electricity Grids

14:30 - 15:00
  • Keynote 2: Smart Technology & Infrastructure
    Testing Interoperability and Information Security in Smart Technologies

15:00 - 15:30
  • Keynote 3:  Energy Storage Solutions
    Lessons learned and latest advancements in energy storage applications, technologies and economics

15:30 - 16:10
  • Keynote 4: Industry 4.0
    “Industrie 4.0” from vision to reality

17:00
  • End of Day 2

Day 3: 27 October 2016 (Thursday)

The Digital World & the Future of Energy
RE Asia

Internet of Things (IoT) is the next generation of the internet. It is a global system of IP-connected computer networks, sensors, actuators, machines, and devices. Merging the physical world with the virtual world of the internet and with software enables companies and consumers to create new
services that are founded on web-based business models.

Industry 4.0 describes a new, emerging structure in which manufacturing and logistics systems in the form of Cyber-Physical Production Systems (CPPS) make use of available global information and communications networks. This is done through an extensively automated exchange of information in which production and business processes are matched. The fundamental objective is to utilize the progress achieved thus far in information and communication technologies, as well as technologies expected in the near future for the benefit of manufacturing enterprises. Preparation therefore has to be made for the increasing and consistent embedding of these technologies in production systems and in ever smaller partial systems and components.

The energy world of today is moving towards decentralization and digitalization. Power generation from huge numbers of renewable energy systems and virtual power plants needs to be fed into distribution networks. Stationary storage and electric cars will play a part in supporting the grid and unlocking the higher penetration of renewables. Consumers will use energy in more efficient ways, while at the same time enjoying more functionality and comfort from systems in their homes. The smart home, which takes advantage of internet-based systems, uses information and communication technology to manage energy consumption and control safety and security aspects as well. The integration of communication systems in infrastructure is a key requirement for networking between smart meters, smart grids, smart homes and e-mobility.

In the energy storage space, technology and economics must continue to improve, and business models, use cases, proper verification of safety, performance and reliability, and financing products need to be developed and adopted in the market. In the digital world, the key considerations that must be worked out to foster customer acceptance of smart technologies are the smooth interoperability between these different systems, information security, and data protection to enable optimized operation and performance. Standards will help guide developments in these fields and serve as a reference point for main stakeholders such as customers, financiers and insurers.

26 October 2016 (WEDNESDAY)
14:00 - 14:30
  • Keynote 1 – Cutting-edge Electricity Grids

14:30 - 15:00
  • Keynote 2 – Smart Technology & Infrastructure

    Testing interoperability and information security in smart technologies and laying the foundations for Industry 4.0

    • Ansgar Hinz
      Ansgar Hinz CEO
      VDE – Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies (Germany)
15:00 - 15:30
  • Keynote 3

15:30 - 16:00
  • Keynote 4 – Risk mitigation

    Risk mitigation and quality assurance for PV battery storage applications

    • Dr. Matthias Vetter
      Dr. Matthias Vetter Head of Department
      PV Off-Grid Solutions and Battery System Technology Division Electrical Energy Systems, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
16:00 - 17:00
  • Panel session:

    The Digital World & the Future of Energy

    • What are the key success factors of industry 4.0
    • How are international standards for Industry 4.0 developing
    • How can interoperability between smart technologies be achieved
    • What are the driving forces for smart home applications
    • How can growth in the smart home market be supported
    • What are the future-looking requirements and needs for utilities & smart power infrastructure
    • What are potential business models for renewables + energy storage?
    • How can efficiency, reliability and safety be proven to persuade stakeholders to adopt energy storage?
    • Wolfgang Niedziella
      Wolfgang Niedziella Managing Director
      VDE Institute
    • Ansgar Hinz
      Ansgar Hinz CEO
      VDE – Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies (Germany)
    • Dr. Matthias Vetter
      Dr. Matthias Vetter Head of Department
      PV Off-Grid Solutions and Battery System Technology Division Electrical Energy Systems, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
    • Mathias Steck
      Mathias Steck EVP & Regional Manager Asia Pacific
      Division Energy - Renewables Advisory
      DNV GL
    • Goh Chee Kiong
      Goh Chee Kiong Executive Director
      Economic Development Board
    • Samuel Tan
      Samuel Tan Chief Digital Officer
      Singapore Power

Clean Energy Leaders’ Dialogue

The Clean Energy Leaders Dialogue is a high-level forum bringing together leaders in the regional solar and renewables space. The Dialogue witnesses top utility leaders, PV manufacturers, developers and policy professionals exchanging best practices, while debating trends and solutions in the clean energy industry.

24 October 2017 (Tuesday)
Keynote 1
  • Overview of Global Clean Energy Trends 

Panel Discussion 1
  • Global Trends in Clean Energy


    The levelized cost of electricity, or LCOE, – clearly achieved the long-awaited goal of grid competitiveness in many countries and even undercut the traditional sources of electricity from coal or gas in some. This low cost of renewable power along with drop in storage prices has made it a viable option attracting investments to the tune of $287.5 billion in 2016. In addition to that growing demand from corporates to go 100% renewable, push from developing economies like India and China, climate goals and more will see a rapid transition of the global energy mix. Our esteemed panelists led by BNEF will debate on all these issues and do some crystal gazing into what will shape the clean energy landscape in 2017.

Keynote 2
  • Overview of Digitalisation and Industrial IoT Revolution in Energy

Panel Discussion 2
  • Digitalisation and Industrial IoT Revolution in Energy

     

    Last decade has seen national ambition to build smart cities, buildings & industries. In the energy space, the advancement and availability of technologies related to renewable energy, Hybrid AC/DC Micro Grid, building management systems, energy storage, sensors and communications networks as well as data analytics provides the opportunity to integrate disparate systems onto a systems-on-systems optimizing platform. Such a smart multi energy system is a spring board to transform big data using intelligent algorithms into smart data that will enable complex systems to achieve optimal energy balance with minimal wastage.

    The interoperability and compatibility with legacy systems is mandatory to fully realize the benefits of system-on-system control platforms. This session aims to explore the complexities and benefits of “smart” system-of-system level solutions for the energy sector.

    • Ditlev Engel
      Ditlev Engel CEO
      DNV GL – Energy
    • Goh Swee Chen
      Goh Swee Chen Chairman
      Shell Companies in Singapore
    • Bernard Salha
      Bernard Salha Senior Executive Vice President of EDF Group
      President of EDF Research and Development (EDF R&D)
12:55
  • Lunch 


Solarising Singapore and Asia

Given Singapore’s strategic location in the Asian Sunbelt and the high cost of electricity, there has been a growing interest in solar PV over the years. The announcement of the SolarNova programme by the government, with a proposed 350 MW installed on government buildings by 2020, has made Singapore an attractive market for both local and international solar companies and financial institutions.

24 October 2017 (Tuesday)
Opening Keynote
  • Overview of Singapore’s Solar landscape and Industry Development Efforts

Keynote 3
  • Floating PV:  An Innovative Approach to Growing PV Solar Sector

Solarising Singapore
  • Solarising Singapore

     

    Given Singapore's strategic location in the Asian Sunbelt and the high cost of electricity, there has been a growing interest in solar PV over the years. The announcement of the Solar Nova programme by the government, with a proposed 350 MW installed on government buildings by 2020, has made Singapore an attractive market for both local and international solar companies and financial institutions.
    As part of the RE 100 initiative many of the world’s most influential companies have also committed to 100% renewable energy. Companies joining RE100 are encouraged to set a public goal to procure 100% of their electricity from renewable sources of energy by a specified year.

    This session brings the adopters of solar technology together with companies providing technologies and solutions as well case studies of successful implementation and latest innovations in this space.

    • Policies and regulatory environment in Singapore
    • Floating PV as an innovative new TW scale opportunity
    • Singapore experience in deploying floating PV
    • Success story of a leading RE100 company adopting renewable energy
    • Goh Chee Kiong
      Goh Chee Kiong Executive Director
      Economic Development Board
    • Thomas Reindl
      Thomas Reindl Deputy CEO
      Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (NUS - SERIS)
Keynote 4
  •  

Solarising Asia
  • Exploring Growth Markets in Asia

     

    Carbon emissions are impacting not just the climate but also health of the population in the growing metropolitan cities in Asia. This session will bring together key stakeholders from Singapore and Asia to talk about exploring strategic solar deployment opportunities in growth markets in the region like Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, China & India.

     

    The session will:

    • Provide a regulatory overview of the most up-to-date policies and government support for the solar industry in these countries
    • Throw light on practical issues like grid access and land leasing
    • Highlight the role of off-grid rural electrification and potential opportunities for microgrids
    • Explore the rooftop boom in ASEAN
    • Identify areas of risk and steps for mitigation for solar development projects in ASEAN
18:00
  • Networking Drinks


Financial Summit

The Financial Summit will feature two new and exciting tracks that focus on the perspectives of PV project development and system ownership, as well as solar investment and financing. Expect to see a diverse mix of movers and shakers from the solar industry, as well as the finance and insurance sectors.

25 October 2017 (Wednesday)
09:00 - 09:10
  • Opening Keynote

09:10 - 09:25
  • Keynote 1.1
    Sustainably Financing Models for Renewable Energy Projects

    • What are the current financing channels available for renewables? Are they sustainable and sufficiently meeting the market demand?
    • What are the new financing options coming up in the market?
    • Creating a financing solution that fits with RE business and revenue models
09:25 - 09:40
  • Keynote 1.2

    Energy and Financing Outlook: Solar and Wind Markets in Southeast Asia

    • Current and planned energy mix
    • Promising markets and segments for growth for solar and wind
    • Status of regulations and incentives
    • Investment interest and PPA potential
09:40 - 10:30
  • Panel Discussion 1

    Energy Roadmap in Asia: What Will Be The Impact of Clean Energy on the Region’s Energy Market?

10:30 - 11:00
  • Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:15
  • Keynote 2.1

    Lessons Learned: Financing Solar Projects in Asia

    • Structuring projects to maximize performance and yield
    • What are the current and emerging risks in the various stages of project development and operations? How do you mitigate them?
    • What are your preferred financial instruments and channels? How do you work with investors to ensure a sustainable financing model for your project?
11:15 - 11:45
  • Panel Discussion 2

    The Investor Perspective: Bankability Challenges for Solar Energy in Asia 

11:45 - 12:00
  • Keynote 3.1

    Minimizing Risk and Driving Sustainability for Wind Projects

    • Minimizing risk in financial modelling: Availability and volatility of wind, optimizing turbine layout and planning based on comprehensive energy yield studies
    • Working with system integrators to minimize project delays and costs
    • As turbine prices decrease, and as the wind energy market changes from FIT to tender markets, where can the margins be found?
12:00 - 12:30
  • Panel Discussion 3
    Opportunities and Challenges in Doing Business in Asia’s Renewable Energy Sector

12:30 - 14:00
  • Lunch


Digital Transformation of Energy

Internet of Things (IoT) is the next generation of the internet. It is a global system of IP-connected computer networks, sensors, actuators, machines, and devices. Merging the physical world with the virtual world of the internet and with software enables companies and consumers to create new services that are founded on web-based business models. The energy world of today is moving towards decentralization and digitalization. Power generation from huge numbers of renewable energy systems and virtual power plants needs to be fed into distribution networks. This session looks into how to optimise and benefit from an instrumented, interconnected and intelligent energy system.

25 October 2017 (Wednesday)
14:00 - 14:15
  • Opening Keynote

    From Grid to Bit: Key Factors for Enabling The Sustainable Growth of the Smart Grid

    • What are the macro trends driving the push towards digitalization and decentralization?
    • Key success factors for the transformation of the grid
14:15 - 14:30
  • Keynote 4.1
    Utilizing Energy Storage to Unlock Further Business Cases for Renewable Energy

    • What is the potential of the energy storage market in Asia?
    • What are the multiple income streams and business cases for storage applications?
    • What does the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) for RE + ESS look like in the region today?
    • At what LCOE does ESS become financially viable?
14:30 - 14:45
  • Keynote 4.2

    Quality Assurance to Support The Bankability of Renewable Energy + Storage Applications

    • Overview of global ESS trends
    • Technological factors affecting bankability of RE + ESS
    • Experiences with RE + ESS systems deployed in mini-grid applications
14:45 - 15:30
  • Panel Discussion 4

    Energy Storage and Decentralisation: Market Potential and Business Models in Asia

15:30 - 15:45
  • Keynote 5.1

15:45 - 16:00
  • Keynote 5.2

    Transforming into A Digital Utility

    • Changing consumer trends and expectations
    • Innovations transforming the traditional electric grid
    • Integrating cutting-edge IT technologies
16:00 - 16:15
  • Keynote 5.3

    Enabling Flexible Energy Trading Through Blockchain Technology

    • What strategies are utilities adopting in the face of increasingly decentralized energy generation?
    • What is blockchain technology? What are its benefits and disadvantages?
    • How does blockchain technology solve the challenges of the electricity grid of the future?
16:15 - 17:00
  • Panel Discussion 5

    The Vital Role of Digital in Our Future Energy Supply


PV Asia Scientific Conference

The PV Asia Scientific Conference provides an excellent platform for scientists and engineers to showcase their latest developments in solar PV technologies. The conference programme encompasses topics ranging from novel PV concepts to smart grids, and PV characterisation methods.

23 October 2017 (Monday)
Pre-Conference
  • Click here to download the Tutorial.

24 October 2017 (Tuesday)
09:00 - 12:55
  • Opening Ceremony

12:55 - 14:00
  • Lunch

Plenary Session
  • Joint session of PV Asia Scientific Conference & International Floating Solar Symposium

14:00 - 14:20
  • Plenary Talk 1: Global Trends in PV Technology and Markets

    • Eicke R. Weber
      Eicke R. Weber Director and CEO
      Berkeley Education Alliance for Research in Singapore (BEARS)
14:20 - 14:40
  • Plenary Talk 2: Topic: Silicon Solar Cells

    Dr Wang Qi, Jinko Solar, China

14:40 - 15:00
  • Plenary Talk 3: Multifunctional Cation Incorporated and Nanostructured Perovskites for High-Performance Solar Cells

    • Subodh Mhaisalkar
      Subodh Mhaisalkar Professor
      Executive Director
      Energy Research Institute @ NTU (NTU - ERI@N)
15:00 - 15:20
  • Plenary Talk 4: 100% Renewable Electricity for Australia and Singapore

15:20 - 15:40
  • Plenary Talk 5

15:40 - 16:00
  • Tea Break

Session 1.1
  • Silicon Wafer Solar Cells and Modules

16:00 - 16:15
  • Invited Talk 1: Progress with Bifacial c-Si Modules

    • Wang Yan
      Wang Yan Senior Research Fellow
      Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (NUS - SERIS)
16:15 - 18:00
  • Regular Oral Sessions

18:00 Onwards
  • Networking Drinks

25 October 2017 (Wednesday)
Session 1.2
  • Silicon Wafer Solar Cells and Modules

09:00 - 09:15
  • Invited Talk 1: Heterojunction c-Si Solar Cells (& Modules)

09:15 - 09:30
  • Invited Talk 2: Low Cost and Effective Texturing Technique for Diamond Wire Sawn (DWS) Multicrystalline Silicon Wafers

    • Joel Li
      Joel Li Head of Multicrystalline Silicon Wafer Solar Cell group
      Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (NUS - SERIS)
09:30 - 10:30
  • Regular Oral Sessions

10:30 - 11:00
  • Tea Break

Session 2
  • Thin Films (Materials, Cells, Modules) and Novel PV Concepts

11:00 - 11:15
  • Invited Talk 1: Silicon Tandem Solar Cells and Their Potential for Automobile Applications

11:15 - 11:30
  • Invited Talk 2

11:30 - 13:00
  • Regular Oral Sessions

13:00 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 14:30
  • Poster Session

Session 3
  • PV Module Quality Assurance, PV Systems & Smart Grid Technologies

14:30 - 14:45
  • Invited Talk 1: DNV GL PV Module Reliability Scorecard Report 2017

14:45 - 15:00
  • Invited Talk 2: PV Systems

15:00 - 15:30
  • Regular Oral Sessions

15:30 - 16:00
  • Tea Break

16:00 - 17:30
  • Regular Oral Sessions

17:30 - 18:00
  • Closing Session and Poster Awards by Conference Chairman

18:00 - 21:00
  • Networking Drinks


International Floating Solar Symposium (IFSS)

Floating Solar is unlocking 400,000 km2 − and thereby a new TW-scale opportunity for photovoltaics− on freshwater reservoirs alone [1]. It addresses the water-energy-nexus with evaporation savings and complementary hydropower, and offers paths to ultra-low balance of systems (BOS) cost. Thus it is seen, respectively, as a critical piece for continuing the exponential growth of solar, reaching high renewable penetration, and extending the cost learning curve of PV as a whole.

With Floating Solar now getting ready to become a major sector of the global PV industry, technology experts and business leaders of this young field will converge in Singapore to attend the inaugural International Floating Solar Symposium (IFSS) organised by the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS). IFSS will be co-located and co-badged with the Singapore International EnergyWeek (SIEW), the Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES), the PV Asia Conference and Renewable Energy Asia Conference at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre, Singapore.

The event offers delegates from around the globe 3 days packed with presentations, workshops, networking opportunities and visit to the World’s largest Floating PV testbed to illuminate every angle of this nascent and highly interdisciplinary field.


Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification (ACEPT 2017)

The second Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification (ACEPT) will collaborate with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) to bring together world leading experts who will discuss emerging topics on energy, power, and transportation electrification. 

24 OCTOBER 2017 (TUESDAY)
08:00
  • Registration

09:00 - 10:30
  • Opening Ceremony and Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:45
  • Tutorial

12:45 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 15:30
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

15:30 - 16:00
  • Coffee Break

16:00 - 17:30
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

25 OCTOBER 2017 (WEDNESDAY)
08:00
  • Registration

09:00 - 10:30
  • Plenary Session 1

10:30 - 11:00
  • Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:45
  • Special Session 1 - Hybrid and Electric Aircraft Technologies

    Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

12:45 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 15:30
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

15:30 - 16:00
  • Coffee Break

16:00 - 17:30
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

26 OCTOBER 2017 (THURSDAY)
08:00
  • Registration

09:00 - 10:30
  • Plenary Session 2

10:30 - 11:00
  • Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:45
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

12:45 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 15:30
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

15:30 - 16:00
  • Coffee Break

16:00 - 17:30
  • Technical Presentations (Parallel Sessions)

     

    Special Session 2 - Solid State Transformers

     

    Presentation of Best Papers and Closing