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30 Jun
2010
The LIMA Project: Nanoscaled Photovoltaics in Spain

Source: solarnovus.com

By James Connolly, Valencia Nanophotonics Technology Center

The words “solar energy” and “Spanish sunshine” are apparently made for each other. Indeed, the research and development community in Spain has established a high profile in this field over the years, of a standard comparable to world leaders. Manufacturing in the 70s, followed by world-class academic research in succeeding decades, lead to highly successful spin-out companies in the 1990s. This attracted multinational solar companies to Spain.

Today, the Spanish research effort continues with the LIMA (Light Interaction with MAtter) European FP7 project. [Read more]