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When heterojunction meets shingle: R&D activities at CEA-INES

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By Samuel Harrison, Carolyn Carriere, Vincent Barth, Armand Bettinelli, Baptiste Portaluppi and Valentin Giglia of Grenoble Alpes University, CEA-LITEN, DTS, INES, Grenoble, France

Marco Galiazzo of Applied Materials Italia Srl, Baccini Cell Systems, Treviso, Italy

This paper will accordingly outline the recent activities at CEA-INES concerning the development and understanding of the integration of such shingle cells.

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