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Recent OPV Technology and Market Forecast (2009-2020)

  • ID: 2508941
  • January 2013
  • 253 Pages
  • SNE Research

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Fraunhofer ISE (Germany)
  • Heliatek (Germany)
  • KNP Energy
  • KOLON
  • Konarka (USA)
  • LG Chem
  • MORE

As cost reduction issues are coming to the fore in the PV industry, there is growing attention for thin-film solar cells due to the lower price than that of silicon solar cells, boosting aggressive R&D. Although thin-film solar cells are still in infancy, they are expected to come into competition with silicon solar cell in the near future, considering their advantages such as low energy consumption, high economic feasibility with a short payback period, and the manufacturing process allowing large-area products.

Especially, OPVs (organic photovoltaics) have recently made rapid progress for recent years, and they are definitely one of the most promising technologies in the field of next-generation photovoltaics. Although the OPV market is forming a small part in the entire PV market now, it is gradually growing thorough small mobile applications and BIPVs.

Many technological improvements, such as more than 11% effciency achieved from unit cells using new photoactive layer materials, suggest that commercialization is just around the corner. Mitsubishi, which is playing a leading role in the field of OPVs, is spurring R&D, aiming at entering the commercialization READ MORE >

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Fraunhofer ISE (Germany)
  • Heliatek (Germany)
  • KNP Energy
  • KOLON
  • Konarka (USA)
  • LG Chem
  • MORE

1. Introduction of OPVs
1.1. Necessity of OPVs
1.2. Possibility of OPVs

Part 1. OPV patent/R&D trend and market forecast
2. OPV patent trend analysis
2.1. Patent trend by country
2.1.1. Technology development trends in major countries
2.1.2. Analysis of technology market maturity stage
2.2. Patent trend by competitor
2.3. Trend by technology type
2.4. Trend in specific technologies by country
2.4.1. Konarka
2.4.2. Princeton University
2.4.3. Plextronics
2.5. Analysis of major patents
2.6. Conclusion of patent analysis

3. OPV R&D trend
3.1. Government support
3.1.1. Government support for OPVs in various countries
3.1.2. Government support for OPVs in Korea
3.2. Technology development trend of major companies
3.2.1. Konarka (USA)
3.2.2. Plextronics (USA)
3.2.3. Solarmer Energy (USA)
3.2.4. Heliatek (Germany)
3.2.5. Mitsubishi Chemicals (Japan)
3.2.6. Teijin DuPont Fim (Japan)
3.2.7. Toray (Japan)
3.2.8. Sumitomo Chemicals (Japan)
3.2.9. CDT (Cambridge Display Technology, (UK)
3.2.10. Global Photonic Energy Corporation (GPEC, USA)
3.3. Technology development trend of major research institutes
3.3.1. Risoe National Lab (Denmark)
3.3.2. Fraunhofer ISE (Germany)
3.3.3. LOIS (Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells, Austria)
3.3.4. CPOS (Center for Polymer and Organic Solid, UC Santa Barbara, USA)
3.3.5. OCM (Optoelectronic Components and Materials Group, USA)
3.4. Technology development trend of Korean companies and research institutes
3.4.1. KOLON
3.4.2. KNP Energy
3.4.3. GIST (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)
3.4.4. KRICT (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology)
3.4.5. KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
3.4.6. KIMM (Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials)
3.4.7. Konkuk University - Fraunhofer Institute
3.4.8. LG Chem
3.4.9. Others

4. OPV market analysis and forecast (2009~2020)
4.1. Global OPV market forecast
4.2. Global OPV market and price forecast (2009~2020)
4.2.1. Forecast of OPV market size and market share (2009~2020)
4.2.2. Forecast of OPV price and sales (2009~2020)
4.2.3. OPV cost analysis

Part 2. OPV technology development trend by element
5. OPV technology development trend 1
5.1. History of OPVs
5.2. Basic principle of OPVs
5.2.1. Photoelectric conversion effect
5.2.2. Solar cell efficiency
5.2.3. Type of OPVs
5.2.3.1. Polymer donor-PCBM acceptor type
5.2.3.2. Polymer donor -non- PCBM acceptor type
5.2.3.3. Polymer donor -polymer acceptor type
5.2.3.4. Polymer donor - inorganic acceptor type
5.2.3.5. Unimolecular donor-PCBM acceptor type
5.2.4. Applications of OPVs

6. OPV material development trend
6.1. Photoactive layer material
6.1.1. Organic semi-conductor materials for donors (p-type)
6.1.2. Organic semi-conductor materials for acceptors (n-type)
6.1.3. Materials for inorganic acceptors (n-type)
6.2. Substrates and transparent electrodes
6.2.1. Types of flexible substrate materials
6.2.2. Requirements for flexible substrate materials
6.2.3. Transparent electrode materials for flexible substrates
6.3 Metal electrodes

7. OPV device and modularization technologies
7.1. OPV devices
7.1.1. Conventional structure
7.1.2. Tandem structure
7.1.3. Inverted structure
7.1.4. OPV efficiency measuring technologies
7.1.5. Energy conversion efficiency measurement error
7.1.6. OPV life measurement technologies
7.1.7. OPV modularization technologies

8. OPV printing process techniques and development trend

8.1. Screen printing OPVs
8.2. Pad (gravure offset) printing OPVs
8.3. Inkjet printing OPVs
8.4. Aerosol jet printing OPVs
8.5. Spray printing OPVs
8.6. R-to-R OPVs
8.7. Micro-contacting printing OPVs
8.8. Brush painting OPVs

9. Conclusion

10. Index
10.1. Figure
10.2. Table

- CDT (Cambridge Display Technology, (UK)
- CPOS (Center for Polymer and Organic Solid, UC Santa Barbara, USA)
- Fraunhofer ISE (Germany)
- GIST (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)
- Global Photonic Energy Corporation (GPEC, USA)
- Heliatek (Germany)
- KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
- KIMM (Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials)
- KNP Energy
- KOLON
- KRICT (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology)
- Konarka (USA)
- Konkuk University - Fraunhofer Institute
- LG Chem
- LOIS (Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells, Austria)
- Mitsubishi Chemicals (Japan)
- OCM (Optoelectronic Components and Materials Group, USA)
- Plextronics (USA)
- Risoe National Lab (Denmark)
- Solarmer Energy (USA)
- Sumitomo Chemicals (Japan)
- Teijin DuPont Fim (Japan)
- Toray (Japan)

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