The core of HIPERION project is a disruptive solar photovoltaic (PV) module technology, based on the planar optical micro-tracking, which concentrates sunlight on multi-junction solar cells on top of a conventional silicon backplane, integrated within a static frame.
This innovative module architecture achieves more than 30% efficiency under direct sunlight, while still harvesting diffuse sunlight with its underlying PV backplane.
Compatible with any type of installation from rooftop to ground-mounted trackers, the solution produces up to 50% more energy than conventional c-Si modules with the same form-factor.
Trigger new investments in the EU PV industry via the establishment of a pilot line which targets an innovative production process
Trigger new investments in the EU PV industry via tailored development of equipment for mainstream power PV technologies
Achieve a final product with performance and cost competitiveness
Regain market shares against mainstream PV panels
Create more secure and sustainable supply chains for the EU PV market
In the HIPERION consortium, coordinated by CSEM, 16 partners from 10 European countries represent the complete photovoltaic value chain and production line:
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