PV Futures and Knowledge Sharing (PP6)
PP6: PV Futures and Knowledge Sharing
This Program Package includes technology perspectives, commercialisation activities, knowledge sharing and capacity building. ACAP will build on past success in knowledge sharing and communications and extend this to increase engagement, to raise the profile of research outcomes, to participate in the public conversation and to support the development and deployment of ultra-low-cost PV.
The knowledge sharing program will be extended to include technology road mapping and PV futures. ACAP will monitor, model and report on global developments in PV devices, processes, and applications, delivered through a series of authoritative reports with an over-the-horizon view of the future PV industry, facilitating informed decisions.
UNSW – Renate Egan, Nathan Chang, Ziv Hameiri, Richard Corkish
ANU – Andrew Blakers, Kylie Catchpole
CSIRO – Anthony Chesman, Regine Chantler, Monash – Jacek Jaseniek
UQ – Paul Burn and Paul Shaw, UoM – David Jones
Explore the research programs being undertaken in this area:
PP6.2 Current and Emerging Applications of PV
PP6.3 Industry Partnerships and Commercialisation