Jiangxi Fu Jing Amperex Technology Limited
Address: Guixi Economic Development Zone, Jiangxi
Contact: Wang master
Cell phone: 15207016789
Zip code: 335400
Web site: www.fj-solar.com
Since the first practical photovoltaic cells came out in 1954, the solar photovoltaic power has made great progress. But it is much slower than the development of computers and fiber communications. The reason may be that people are particularly strong in the pursuit of information, and conventional energy can also meet human demand for energy. The oil crisis in 1973 and the problem of environmental pollution in 90s have greatly promoted the development of solar photovoltaic power generation. The process of its development is simply as follows:
In 1839, Becquerel, a French scientist, found the "photovoltaic effect", the "photovoltaic effect".
In 1876, Adams found the solid-state photovoltaic effect on metal and selenium tablets.
The first "selenium cell" was made in 1883 to be used as a sensitive device.
In 1930, Schottky proposed the "photovoltaic effect" theory of the Cu2O barrier. The same year, Lange was proposed for the first time "photovoltaic effect" manufacturing "solar cell", the solar energy into electrical energy.
In 1931, Bruno soaked copper and selenium silver electrodes into the electrolyte and started an electric motor in the sun.
In 1932 made the first block and ODU BOT stalla "CDs solar cell".
In 1941, Orr found the photovoltaic effect on the silicon.
1954 Qiabin and Pilson in the Baer lab, first made of single crystal solar cell of the utility, efficiency of 6%. In the same year, Kerr first discovered the photovoltaic effect of gallium arsenide and deposited cadmium sulfide film on the glass to make the first film solar cell.
Optimization design of photoelectric conversion efficiency in 1955 the Gini and base material, fez. In the same year, the first photoelectric beacon came out. The United States RCA studies gallium arsenide solar cells.
In 1957, the efficiency of silicon solar cells was 8%.
For the first time in 1958, solar cells were used in space for the first time, equipped with the US pioneer 1.
The first polysilicon solar cell came out in 1959, with an efficiency of 5%.
In 1960, the silicon solar cell was connected to the network for the first time.
In 1962, the photoelectric conversion efficiency of gallium arsenide solar cells was 13%.
In 1969, the efficiency of the thin film cadmium sulfide solar cells was 8%.
In 1972, Fez developed based violet battery, efficiency of 16%.
The America Astronautics Co's back - Field Battery came out in 1972.
In 1973, the efficiency of gallium arsenide solar cells was 15%.
In 1974, the COMSAT Institute proposed a non reflective suede battery with a silicon solar cell efficiency of 18%.
The 1975 amorphous silicon solar cell came out. In the same year, the efficiency of the silicon battery was 6%~%.
In 1976, the efficiency of the polysilicon solar cell was 10%.
In 1978, the 100kWp solar ground photovoltaic power station was built in the United States.
In 1980, the efficiency of monocrystalline silicon solar cell reached 20%, gallium arsenide battery was 22.5%, polycrystalline silicon battery reached 14.5%, and cadmium sulfide battery reached 9.15%.
In 1983, the 1MWp photovoltaic power plant was built in the United States; the efficiency of metallurgical silicon (epitaxy) battery was 11.8%.
In 1986, the 6.5MWp photovoltaic power station was built in the United States.
In 1990, Germany proposed "2000 photovoltaic roofing plans", each of the families' roofs loaded with 3~5kWp photovoltaic cells.
In 1995, the efficiency of high efficiency GaAs solar cells was 32%.
In 1997, the United States proposed the "President Clinton million solar roof program", which was 1 million households before 2010, and each household was installed 3~5kWp. Photovoltaic cells. In the sun, the roof is powered by the roof to the power grid and the meter is reversed; when the sun is free, the power grid is supplied to the family and the meter is turning. The family only needs to pay "net electricity".
In 1997 the Japanese "new sunshine plan" proposed to produce 4 billion 300 million Wp photovoltaic cells in 2010.
In 1997, the European Union planned to produce 3 billion 700 million Wp photovoltaic cells by 2010.
In 1998, the efficiency of monocrystalline silicon photovoltaic cells was 25%. The government of Holland has proposed "a million solar PV roofs in Holland", which will be completed by 2020.