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The WCPEC comes back to Europe

The World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC) is the world’s biggest platform for PV research and development, offering a unique possibility of international exchange by combining the three largest and most prominent international PV conferences: the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EU PVSEC), the Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (IEEE PVSC) and the International PV Science and Engineering Conference (PVSEC).

In 2022, the EU PVSEC is proud to have the World Conference back in Europe after 12 long years and host the 8th edition of this event, bringing together the global PV community in the beautiful city of Milan.

On this occasion, all scientists and researchers in the field of PV are encouraged to be part of tomorrow’s energy transition and help shape the programme of worlds’s biggest PV solar energy conference.

Submit your abstract now and get the chance to connect with PV experts around the globe, learn about and contribute to the latest innovations in PV, and help advancing PV research and deployment.

The Conference will be structured along the following five main topics:

· Topic 1 Silicon Materials and Cells

· Topic 2 Evolving and Emerging Technologies; Tandems

· Topic 3 Photovoltaic Modules and BoS Components

· Topic 4 PV Systems Engineering, Integrated/applied PV

· Topic 5 Energy transition – Integration, Storage, Sustainability, Policy, Finance, Ecology, Society

As part of the collaboration between the EU PVSEC with scientific journals, WCPEC also offers the option to submit conference papers that may be put forward for publication in peer-reviewed journals such as Progress in Photovoltaics, Solar RRL and EPJ Photovoltaics. Through these different offers, the WCPEC intends to not only increase the number of high-quality peer reviewed papers coming out of the conference, but also expand the breadth of scope and offer a range of publication options, including high impact factor journals and Open Access possibilities in different modalities.

The call for paper is open until 4 February 2022!

For more information, please visit: www.wcpec-8.com 


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