Materials for Four Key Components of DSSC - Research Trend and Market Forecast

Materials for Four Key Components of DSSC - Research Trend and Market Forecast 2011-2020F

SNE, Date of Publication: Apr 19, 2012, 309 Pages

Unlike existing reports, which had been limited to DSSC modules, this report expands its scope of analysis to four key parts and materials (Front Electrode, Dye, Electrolyte, Counter Electrode). The report is intended to provide up-to-date research trends and parts/materials market forecast to companies engaged in DSSC modules and related parts/materials businesses.

Feature contents

- Analysis of research progress and direction for four key materials of DSSCs through analysis of approximately 200 recent papers
- Analysis of the recent paper filing trend of key research institutes (papers listed after January 1, 2011)
- Market forecast for DSSC modules and parts/materials (Front Electrode, Dye, Electrolyte, Counter Electrode, Metal Paste, Glass)

Although DSSCs have relatively lower efficiency than crystalline solar cells, there has been constant R&D on key materials as an attempt to improve efficiency, durability, and reliability.
In particular, front electrodes are most actively being studied among other key materials.  This is because that the majority of researchers consider front electrodes as the most promising and applicable candidate to increase efficiency. 


1. Overview
1.1. Necessity of solar cell
1.2. Vision and outlook of photovoltaics
1.3. Type and feature of solar cell
1.4. Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC) 

2. DSSC technology 
2.1. DSSC structure 
2.2. DSSC operation principle 
2.3. DSSC manufacturing process and feature
2.3.1. DSSC manufacturing process 
2.3.2. DSSC feature 
2.4. DSSC reliability test 
2.5. DSSC module technology 
2.5.1. Faced cell module 
2.5.2. Z-module 
2.5.3. Monolith type module 6
2.5.4. W-module 
2.5.5. Future challenges for module technology 

3. DSSC technology development trend 
3.1. Front Electrode 
3.1.1. Phase 
3.1.2. Shape Nano Wire Nano Fiber Nano Rod Nano Tube Core-Shell Others
3.1.3. Tandem 
3.1.4. Plasmon Effect 
3.1.5. Scattering Layer 
3.1.6. Substitute 
3.1.7. Treatment TiCl4 Acid Solution Ammonium Solution O2 Plasma, UV 
3.2. Counter Electrode 
3.2.1. Carbon Nano Tube (CNT) 
3.2.2. Graphene 
3.2.3. Others 
3.3. Dye 
3.3.1. Organormetalic Dye 1st Generation 2nd Generation 3rd Generation 
3.3.2. Organic Dye Coumarine Difluorenylphenylamine Triphenylamine Porphyrin 
3.3.3. Ionic Dye Hemicyanine Squarylium Cyanine 
3.4. Electrolyte 
3.4.1. Type Liquid Solid Quasi Solid 
3.4.2. Additive 
3.4.3. Substitute 
3.5. Others 
3.5.1. Mesh Grid 
3.5.2. Flexible 

4. Research institute & industry trend
4.1. Research institute trend
4.1.1. EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) 
4.1.2. NREL (National Renewable Energy Lab) 
4.1.3. CIAC (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry) 
4.1.4. IPP (Institute of Plasma Physics) 
4.1.5. ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute) 
4.1.6. NIMS (National Institute for Materials Science) 
4.1.7. AIST (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) 
4.1.8. KIST (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 
4.1.9. ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) 
4.1.10. KERI (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) 
4.2. Industry trend  
4.2.1. G24i 
4.2.2. Tata Steel (formerly Corus) 
4.2.3. Dyesol 
4.2.4. Peccell 
4.2.8. Aisin Seiki & Toyota Central R&D Lab. 
4.2.9. DNP(Dai Nippon Printing) 
4.2.7. Fujikura 
4.2.5. Sony 
4.2.6. Sharp 
4.2.10. 3GSolar 
4.2.11. IOLITEC 
4.2.12. Solaronix 
4.2.13. Merck 
4.2.15. Dongjin Semichem 
4.2.16. Eagon Windows Sysem

5. DSSC market forecast (2008~2015) 
5.1. Global PV installation market forecast (2006~2020F) 
5.1.1. DSSC supply forecast 
5.1.2. DSSC price trend/forecast (2011~2020F) 
5.1.3. DSSC revenue forecast (2011~2020F) 
5.2. Parts/materials market forecast (2012F~2020F) 
5.2.1. DSSC parts/materials market forecast (2012F~2020F) 
5.2.2. DSSC market forecast by parts (2012F~2020F) 
5.2.3. Material cost analysis 

6. Index 
6.1. Figure 
6.2. Table 

Date of Publication:
Apr 19, 2012
File Format:
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Number of Pages:
309 Pages
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