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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Changes in Spectral Response with Temperature and Irradiance IntensityMUELLEJANS Harald; WAGNER Tobias; MERLI Francesco; JAEGER WALDAU A.; DUNLOP EwanArticles in Journals
2005Pathways to Ultra-High Efficient Photovoltaics.JAEGER WALDAU A.Articles in Journals
2004Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on "The Path to Ultra-High Efficient Photovoltaics", 2-3 October 2003, Ispra, VA (I)JAEGER WALDAU A.Books
2004Proceedings of the Workshop on "Life Cycle Analysis and Recycling of Solar Modules. The Waste Challenge", 18-19 March 2004, Bruxelles (B)JAEGER WALDAU A.Books
2004Progress of Electricity from Biomass, Wind and Photovoltaics in the European Union.JAEGER WALDAU A.; OSSENBRINK HeinzArticles in Journals
2003PV Status Report 2003. Research, Solar Cell Production and Market Implementation in Japan, USA and the European Union.JAEGER WALDAU A.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004PVNET: European Roadmap for PV R&D. R&D for PV Products Generating Clean Electricity.JAEGER WALDAU A.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004R&D Roadmap for PVJAEGER WALDAU A.Articles in Journals
2004R&D Roadmap for PV.JAEGER WALDAU A.Contributions to Conferences
2004Status of Thin Film Solar Cells in Research, Production and the Market.JAEGER WALDAU A.Articles in Journals
2004Status Report 2004. Energy End-Use Efficiency and Electricity from Biomass, Wind and Photovoltaics and in the European UnionJAEGER WALDAU A.; BERTOLDI P.; DUNLOP E.d.; HULD Thomas arne; KAUTTO Niina; MACHIRANT Andrew; SCHOLZ Harald; SURI MarcelEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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