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|Title:||Results of the round robin calibration of reference solar cells within the PhotoClass project|
|Authors:||KROEGER INGO; FRIEDRICH D.; WINTER STEFAN; SALIS ELENA; MUELLEJANS HARALD; PAVANELLO DIEGO; HOHL-EBINGER JOCHEN; BOTHE KARSTEN; HINKEN DAVID; DITTMANN SEBASTIAN; FRIESEN GABI; BLISS MARTIN; BETTS THOMAS R.; GOTTSCHALG RALPH; RIMMELSPACHER LORENTZ; STANG JOHANNES; HERRMANN WERNER; DUBARD JIMMY|
|Citation:||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METROLOGY AND QUALITY ENGINEERING vol. 9 p. 8|
|Publisher:||CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||An intercomparison of terrestrial photovoltaic (PV) calibrations was performed among a number of European calibration and testing laboratories that participated in the European Metrology Research Programme (EMRP) project “Photoclass”. The purpose of this intercomparison was to evaluate the comparability of calibration and testing services within the stated uncertainties of the individual laboratories. The calibrations objects were two world photovoltaic scale (WPVS)-type reference solar cells, one made from crystalline silicon and one made from GaAs. The calibration value (CV) was the short circuit current under standard test conditions (ISTC). In conclusion, it was found that the CVs are all consistent within the stated uncertainties. This result strengthens the reliance in the calibration chain and in the PV calibration infrastructure in Europe.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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