CIGS


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AcronymDefinition
CIGSCopper Indium Gallium Selenide
CIGSCeilings (general aviation weather)
CIGSCopper Indium Gallium Di-Selenide (compound semiconductor)
CIGSChief of the Imperial General Staff (WWII British)
CIGSCentro de Instrução de Guerra na Selva (Brazilian Army Special Forces)
CIGSClose-In Gun System (Naval weapon, aka Mark110)
CIGSContracts for the International Sale of Goods (United Nations Convention on)
CIGSCentre International de Gérontologie Sociale (French: International Center for Social Gerontology)
CIGSCommunity Integrated Grant System
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The day after, police returned and found 37 packs of cigs and 12 pouches of tobacco, worth over PS600.
Moreover, CIGS thin film solar cell has very high potential to overcome the cost level of conventional PV crystalline silicon (c-Si) technology [8].
CIGS layers were deposited on soda lime glass (SLG) coated with thin film Mo of thickness approximately 800 nm, by a three-stage coevaporation process similar to that used for high-efficiency devices [13].
Here, four different CIGS absorber layers were fabricated by a three-step coevaporation process.
Sven Lindstrom, CEO, Midsummer, said: "Our Duo system is now the most widely spread manufacturing tool for flexible CIGS solar cells in the world."
In the future, with more emphasis on the distributed photovoltaic generation from the PRC government, the CIGS thin film of Novel Sino may benefit from the increasing demand and application of CIGS thin film with BIPV approach on building envelope and other distributed photovoltaic power generation.
Claus Kuhn, vice president Thin-Film-Solar at Manz, discussed how CIGS will provide the highest potential for cost reduction and efficiency increases with solar energy in the Kingdom and highlighted that 80% of the material along the value chain necessary for the production of CIGS solar modules will be sourced locally, creating jobs in the country.
The vigorous development of CIGS solar cell has triggered a corresponding rise in the importance of studies for understanding the processing-microstructure-property relations of Mo thin film, which form a crucial factor influencing the absorption layer.
This approach is also faster - many companies still use "batch mode" synthesis to produce CIGS nanoparticles, a process that can ultimately take up to a full day, compared to about half an hour with a continuous flow reactor.
As part of the deal, unveiled in February, PacWest had taken over DayStar's copper indium gallium (di)selenide (CIGS) production line that makes solar covered glass panels.
Current CIGS thin film solar cells using evaporation or sputtering processes are expensive, and the composition uniformity is difficult to control on a large scale.
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