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    8th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion
    26 – 30 September 2022 | Milan, Italy

The 8th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion will take place from 26 – 30 September 2022 in the Milano Convention Centre in Milan, Italy.

The EUPVSEC is proud to have the World Conference back in Europe and host the 8th edition of this event, bringing together the global PV community in the beautiful city of Milan. We want to invite you to come and join us at this year’s truly global event.

Conference

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The conference programme is coordinated by the European Commission Joint Research Centre and covers the entire range of PV research, technologies and applications focusing on bringing the latest scientific and technological research trends to the market.

But it also offers a variety of broader insights into the current developments in the sector, acknowledging that PV integration needs to be approached from all dimensions – scientific, technical, economic, political, business, and also social- and educational aspects.

The international Conference Programme is structured in plenary, oral and visual presentations and is divided into 5 topics and subtopics.

- Call for Papers open by mid December 2021 -


Parallel Events

The Parallel Events offer a deep insight into specific topics along the most recent PV technology, PV application and market trends and address to global decision makers from industry, research, financing and politics. The Parallel Events are open to all registered conference participants.

The different types of Parallel Events include presentations, workshops, panel discussions and breakout sessions, bringing more lively aspects to the comprehensive programme and giving the participant the chance to emerge even deeper into a specific topic.

 

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Industry Summit and Exhibition

While solar is the most versatile and often lowest cost power generation source in Europe today, the event continues to strengthen the importance and potential of solar among global researchers, policy-makers and industry.

This is reflected in the Exhibition. Each year, experts from small and big innovative companies, manufacturing enterprises and research centres are gathering together at this top-level Business to Business exposition, to find ways of collaborating and implementing the latest research findings on the global PV market.
The exhibition stands are a must-visit for companies working in R&D, that depend on jumping on the wave of new trends as they are discovered.

In addition to the exhibition, the Industry Summit also highlights the role of the PV industry in the global energy transition. The exchange between stakeholders in the international PV industry market is indispensable for building efficient and future-oriented manufacturing structures. Therefore, the aim of this Summit is to provide a forum for the exchange and discussion of industry topics and to connect policy makers and key players along all stages of the value chain.

Together, the Industry Summit and the traditional Exhibition, both serve as a great enrichment to the vast Conference Programme and offer a platform where Industry meets Science.
It gives industry players a stage to present their businesses, but also to share and discuss new developments in the industrial sector with fellow experts.


Prizes & Awards

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Read more about the previous event: EU PVSEC 2021

 

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Sneak peek of the second plenary session

"Industry and Applications: PV Going Everywhere"

On the morning of Wednesday, 10th September we will have the second of the three Plenary sessions of the 2021 EUPVSEC. Our first plenary session on the opening day of the conference gives a detailed overview of the device level, in particular pushing efficiency Limits and broadening the technology portfolio. The third plenary session on the final day looks at questions of sustainability and social acceptance as we move to large scale deployment. In this second plenary we cover a range of crucial elements bridging the device and terawatt scales.

In the first talk Henry Snaith of the University of Oxford, UK will explain the challenges faced in bringing Perovskite tandem devices to the market and their prospects. As single junction silicon reaches the limits of efficiency, tandem devices are widely seen as a near future route to increased performance and cost. Ulrike Jahn of VDE Renewables, Germany, and Becquerel Prize Winner 2021, will then provide a detailed overview of a range of critical questions faced by all technologies - quality, durability and integration in different environments and applications. The focus of the talk will be how to stimulate innovation. Peter Hacke of NREL, USA will then explain how inverters play a pivotal role in the PV value chain. These important elements are sometimes overlooked, and we will look at the many innovations in the field of power electronics. Finally, Alessandra Scognamiglio of ENEA, Italy will take us on a journey through a range of applications: from building to landscape integrated Photovoltaics, with a focus on Agrivoltaics, which promises dual use of valuable agricultural land, enabling both energy and food production in parallel.

robertkennyI am sure that you will find this eclectic session highly stimulating and informative, and we look forward to seeing you there.

Dr. Robert Kenny
European Commission Joint Research Centre
EU PVSEC Technical Programme Chair

Your EU PVSEC Personal Programme Planner...flags blue ppp

... is available for the EU PVSEC 2021 online.


- Online

The EU PVSEC Personal Programme Online has been created for all EU PVSEC participants to provide a quick and detailed overall view about all events, sessions and presentations during the occasion of the EU PVSEC. This online tool enables you to search for presentations by e.g. speakers, organisations, topics, keywords, time and location. Choose from all quoted Conference Sessions (Plenary, Oral, Visual Presentations) and EU PVSEC Parallel Events those that are of a particular interest to you.

Create your personal, clearly laid out agenda including all presentations you wish to attend. See at a glance where and when your chosen presentations / sessions take place and get detailed information about the respective topics. You have the possibility to save your agenda and to modify it at any time.

Your EU PVSEC Personal Programme Online is available on www.eupvsec-planner.com.

 
- Mobile

In addition, a mobile version of the EU PVSEC Personal Programme Online has been created to help planning your agenda at any time prior and during the event. This mobile version is web-based and can be used with all kinds of smartphones. All you need is your smartphone’s browser and internet connection.

Please visit the mobile phone version at http://mobile.eupvsec-planner.com.



 

Sneak peek of the third plenary session

"Sustainability and Social Acceptance Preparing for the Terawatt Era"

The Friday, 10th September 2021 Plenary session concludes the scientific programme of the 2021 EUPVSEC. After the conference week with many in-depth presentations, this plenary will bring you the wider perspective of photovoltaic solar energy in the context of the wider Energy transition.

Sustainability is the theme of the first two presentations. The first one, given by Lukas Wagner of the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany, will introduce in detail the concept of both the CO2 and Resource footprint of the PV-industry. Based on a carefully designed Life-Cycle-Analysis, the presentation will also compare large-scale production in China and the EU. It will be very interesting to learn how much contribution to global warming a Terawatt-PV Industry one could expect, and where the major potential is to reduce the impact. (10:30, EP 1.1)

The second plenary extends the scope of photovoltaics as a sustainable energy source towards the wider policy context of sustainable products, and Nieves Espinosa of the European Commission will explain how the well-established Eco-design directive is planned to be applied to products used in photovoltaic solar energy. Based on a preparatory study of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, the proposed framework of measures addresses sustainable manufacturing, the overall environmental footprint, including the compensation through CO2-free electricity generation. (10:50, EP 1.2)

As photovoltaics is entering the “Terawatt-Age” as a major, very cost-effective electricity source, more groups consider the tandem with green Hydrogen production as the next, ultimate frontier for achieving a 100% renewable energy supply around 2050. A European Group of experts spanning from Finland to Italy, and Spain to Belgium investigates the True Cost of Solar Hydrogen. Assuming that all future Hydrogen will be produced by Wind and Solar, this plenary presentation by Eero Vartiainen will bring some news regarding the additional cost, separating the cost of renewable electricity from the cost of the capital-intensive electrolysers. There will be good news about the future competitivity of solar hydrogen! (11:10, EP 1.3)

Social Acceptance is today a keyword reflecting how renewable energies become part of our every-day life, but also concerned with eventual financial burden on the population. Sara Freitas of the University of Lisbon will share her views that still “solar literacy” can be detrimental to the success of PV, and how their SOLIS Solar platform demystifies erroneous perceptions and foster a spirit of solar citizenship towards a solar energy community using social networks and Gamification. We expect some insight into an issue of growing concern, in an age where misinformation can hamper larger societal projects. The platform uses today’s smartphone ecosystem with influencers, followers, chatrooms, posts and many interaction possibilities to discover solar photovoltaics in the city of Lisbon. We are excited about this at a time when we wanted to be with the EUPVSEC in Lisbon, but cannot. (11:30, EP 1.4)

Finally, for the role of “bellezza” for social acceptance, we invited a renowned architect known for its architectural solutions integrating PV into buildings. Beat Kämpfen, from the architectural firm Kämpfen, Zinke & Partner concludes the Plenary session with a presentation on “Photovoltaics, Architecture, People: How the Perception, Design and Use of Photovoltaics Changed over the Last Two Decades”.

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Certainly, he will show us much of visual proof that integration is a key to make this new energy technology not only acceptable to the society, but even more propose a new and visible “Energy-culture” for us and the next generation. (11:50, EP 1.5)


Dr. H. A. Ossenbrink
former Head of Unit, European Commission
EU PVSEC Executive Committee Member

Sneak peek of the first plenary session

"Devices in Evolution: Pushing the Efficiency Limits and Broadening the Technology Portfolio"

The Monday morning scientific opening sessions at the EU PVSEC always aim to excite and inspire the conference participants for the week to come.

This year’s opening will take you on a mini tour along the frontiers of photovoltaic technology: how we can bring silicon technology even closer to perfection and which new approaches may build on, or complement silicon PV in global markets in the foreseeable future.

Dr. Mathieu Boccard of EPFL in Switzerland will share with you how the total losses in already very advanced silicon heterojunction solar cells can be reduced even further, by finetuning contact designs to reach an optimum combination of optical and electrical parameters. It is an important example of the efforts to bring silicon PV ever closer to perfection. Approaches with similar features have been applied successfully during the evolution of high-efficiency silicon homojunction cells. Prof. Robby Peibst of ISFH in Germany will take us beyond these important developments aimed at narrowing the gap between actual cell performance and efficiency limits of single-junction solar cells. He will show us how the limits of current commercial silicon and thin-film PV technologies, which are almost exclusively single-junction, can be exceeded. Among the different options offered by science and technology, tandem devices, in which two cells of materials with different opto-electronic properties are stacked, have progressed most on their way to large-scale manufacturing and flat-plate (i.e. non-concentrator) application. The appearance of perovskites in the global PV arena has greatly accelerated tandem developments. This offers an excellent bridge to the presentation of Dr. Stephan DeLuca of EMC, who will discuss perovskite research in the USA as well as the path to commercialization, including the ambitions for large scale manufacturing and use of this new PV technology. Perovskites do not only offer a concrete route to very high efficiencies in tandems, but also a novel approach to PV module and foil manufacturing and a range of new applications. This makes them an exciting and highly relevant subject, well suited for this Opening Session.

wimsinkeThe global PV community and its stakeholders are in the great position to already have technologies available to take us into the terawatt regime soon, and still to have much more to come. These new options will make the global PV development even more robust, offer higher performance and open up new application fields. You are invited to join this session!


Prof. dr. W.C. (Wim) Sinke
Principal Scientist, Solar Energy
TNO innovation for life
EU PVSEC Executive Committee Member

We are proud to announce that the preparations for the Opening Ceremony of the EU PVSEC 2021 are in full swing and will offer an energetic line-up that is well worth seeing.

It brings together the knowledge of researchers, industry leaders and policy makers who will come together in September to promote the role of PV in the global energy transition and its importance in achieving the goals of the European Green Deal.

 

08:30 - 09:30 Scientific Opening / Plenary Session

AP.1 Devices in Evolution: Pushing the Efficiency Limits and Broadening the Technology Portfolio

Chairpersons:

  • Robert P. Kenny
    European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy
  • Wim C. Sinke
    TNO Energy Transition, Petten, The Netherlands

AP.1.1 Local Contacts for Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells
M. Boccard, V. Paratte, L. Antognini, J. Cattin, J. Dréon, D. Fébba, W. Lin,
J. Thomet, D. Türkay & C. Ballif
EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

AP.1.2 Beyond Single Junction Efficiencies
R. Peibst
ISFH, Emmerthal, Germany

AP.1.3 Electrification without Limitation
S. DeLuca
EMC, Rochester, US

 

09:45 – 10:15 Becquerel Prize CeremonyUlrikeJahn web

Congratulations to the Becquerel Prize Winner 2021: Ulrike Jahn!

Ulrike Jahn has worked her carrier long for the development of PV technology, with a focus on reliability and performance that new electricity generation technologies must demonstrate to be accepted in the market.

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  • Representative of the European Commission
    Christian Thiel
    European Commission Joint Research Centre, Head of Unit, Energy Efficiency and Renewables
  • Chair of Ceremony
    Christophe Ballif
    Chairman of the Becquerel Prize Committee,
    EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
  • Laudatio
    Thomas Nordmann
    TNC Consulting, Switzerland
  • Becquerel Prize Winner 2021
    Ulrike Jahn
    VDE Renewables, Germany

 

10:30 – 11:15 Opening Addresses

moderated by Prof. João M Serra, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, EU PVSEC Genral Chair

 

Kadri Simson

Kadri Simson

European Commissioner for Energy

Joao M Serra

João M Serra

EU PVSEC Conference General Chair
Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisbon, Portugal

Joao Saldanha de Azevedo Galamba

João Saldanha de Azevedo Galamba

Deputy Minister & Secretary of State for Energy, Portugal

Andreas Bett

Andreas Bett

Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Freiburg, Germany
Board Member of ESMC European Solar Manufacturing Council

 

11:30 – 12:30 Moderated Panel Discussion

The making of a climate-neutral continent: How to recover and boost a sustainable European PV production?

moderated by Dr. Radovan Kopecek, Director ISC Konstanz / Board member EUREC

 

Henrike Hahn

Henrike Hahn

MEP, Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament,
Committee Member Industry, Research and Energy,
Spokesperson for Industrial Policy of the German Green Party in the European Parliament

Diederik Samsom

Diederik Samsom

Head of Cabinet of Frans Timmermans,
Executive Vice President for the European Green Deal, European Commission

Joaquim Nunes de Almeida

Joaquim Nunes de Almeida

Director for mobility & energy intensive industries,
DG GROW, European Commission

João Saldanha de Azevedo Galamba

João Saldanha de Azevedo Galamba

Deputy Minister & Secretary of State for Energy, Portugal

Walburga Hemetsberger

Walburga Hemetsberger

CEO SolarPower Europe

Andreas Bett

Andreas Bett

Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Freiburg, Germany
Board Member of ESMC European Solar Manufacturing Council

Radovan Kopecek

Radovan Kopecek

Director ISC Konstanz / Board member EUREC
Moderator

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Connect with the global PV community at EU PVSEC in September to gain knowledge, explore trends and discuss what is needed to keep up the new solar momentum in Europe.

Dates: 06 - 10 Sept 2021
Hours: Monday - Thursday 08:30 - 18:30 / Friday 08:30 - 13:10 CEST, UTC/GMT +2 hours, Paris, Berlin, Rome, Munich time

The international Conference Programme is structured in plenary, oral and visual presentations. These cover the entire range of PV research, technologies and applications with a special emphasis on the latest scientific, technological and market-related trends.

As Prof. Joao Serra, General Chair of the EU PVSEC 2021, explains in his message to the PV community: “With its strong reduction in LCOE, PV is at the forefront of new energy technologies to be a key contributor for change. PV benefits range from local energy production to large power plants. By combination with other technologies it expands its added value not only to cities, including buildings and mobility, but also to agriculture, water desalination and hydrogen production.

While solar is the most versatile and often lowest cost power generation source in Europe today, EU PVSEC continues to strengthen the importance and potential of solar among global researchers, policy-makers and industry.

  

Full Conference Programme

The Programme for EU PVSEC 2021 online offers a carefully crafted programme of almost 900 top-level international presentations giving participants in-depth insights into the latest research in the PV solar energy sector.

  

 

Panel Discussions

This year, for the first time, EU PVSEC is offering four thematic panel discussions that address the 7 scientific conference topics and provide space to discuss them in more depth. The panellists consist of experts from industry and research as well as renowned politicians.

 
PANEL DISCUSSION 1/3DO.13
Thursday, 9 September 2021 | 13:30 – 15:00 Tandems: The Real Game Changer?

With silicon solar cells approaching their theoretical efficiency limit, focus is shifting to tandem technologies to continue innovation and cost reduction. While the potential is clear, many issues remain open for discussion: Which choice of materials provides the best balance between high efficiency, low production cost, high stability, and resource abundance to allow for TW-scale deployment? What is the best device concept, 2-, 3- or 4-terminal? How can we translate fundamental science and record lab efficiencies into relevant manufacturing? How can we create a healthy industrial ecosystem including research, equipment manufacturing and actual cell and module production? We would like to discuss these and other questions with you, the audience, and an exciting panel which brings together a diverse set of perspectives and experience.

Moderator:
Jan Christoph Goldschmidt, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany

Co-moderator:
Phoebe Pearce, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Panelists:
Henry Snaith, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Wolfgang Guter, Azur Space, Heilbronn, Germany
Frank Feldmann,Solarlab Aiko, Freiburg, Germany
Guido Agostinelli, IFC, Washington, USA
Nancy Haegel, NREL, Golden, USA
Bart Vermang, imec, Genk, Belgium
Davide Polverini, European Commission DG GROWTH, Brussels, Belgium

 
PANEL DISCUSSION 2BO.13
Tuesday, 7 September 2021 | 13:30 – 15:00 Towards Ultimate Single-Junction Silicon Cells – Industry Perspective

Photovoltaic technology is at a historical juncture: not only PV is poised to take over the largest share of new generation capacity, starting right now, but it will also become the largest source of global electricity generation by mid-century. PV technology is also reaching amazing levels in efficiency, reaching > 80% of the theoretical efficiency limit for single-junction Silicon solar cells, and in cost, down to less than US$0.25/W for Mono-Si PV modules. Despite approaching the efficiency ceiling, Single-Junction Silicon solar cells keep improving and module cost is expected to reach US$0.10/W in the next decade. It is now time to prepare ourselves to the production and deployment of multi-TW of PV system. Will PERC continue to be the “workhorse” of the industry? What innovation can we expect in module design? Are 182mm or 210mm the ultimate wafer sizes? Will TOPCon, HJT or IBC compete for more market share? Do we need another technology? Which technology will be the ultimate single-junction device for a multi-TW market? Are these technologies developed with durability (30 … 50 years), sustainability and recycling in mind?

Moderator:
Pierre Verlinden, Amrock, McLaren Vale, Australia

Co-moderator:
Delfina Muñoz, CEA, Le Bourget-du-Lac, France

Panelists:
Pietro Altermatt, Trinasolar, Changzhou, China
Yichun (YC) Wang, LONGi, Shaanxi, China
Christophe Ballif, EPFL, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Chung-Wen Lan, NTU, Taiwan
Peter Fath, RCT-Solutions, Konstanz, Germany

 
PANEL DISCUSSION 4/5AO.7
Monday, 6 September 2021 | 13:30 – 15:00 Managing Performance and Sustainability at the TW Scale

Part 1: Computational PV

Almost 10% of presentations at this EUPVSEC deal with advanced computing. Algorithms, big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, image recognition and satellite data processing appear in the titles of contributions which range from solar cell modeling, manufacturing, preventive maintenance, site selection to forecasting, nowcasting, user behavior and modeling of entire electricity systems. This panel discussion aims to get the view of top experts on how the tremendous progress of computing power in the last decade has influenced the way we assess photovoltaic technology at large. And most likely the next ten years will see even more.

Can substantial cost gains be achieved? Will we have intelligent inverters which will decide on their own about self-consumption, grid-feeding or storage? Will be there new players taking on the role of utilities by optimizing the services PV systems can deliver? What about optimizing PV in cities and on cars when a 3D model of the landscape is easily available in real time?

Moderator:
Heinz Ossenbrink, Former European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy

Co-moderator:
Harry Lehmann, Federal Environment Agency of Germany, Dessau-Roßlau, Germany

Part 1: Computational PV

Panelists:
Gerhard Mütter, Enery, Vienna, Austria
Ana Gracia Amillo, European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy
Claudia Buerhop-Lutz, HI ERN, Erlangen, Germany
Nelson Sommerfeldt, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Part 2: Resource Efficiency of PV in Production, Use and Disposal

The latest IPCC report has been published recently and there is an urgent need for action to mitigate our emissions and save our limited resources.

PV systems do contribute significantly to the solution for nature conservation. Modern eco-friendly technologies and long lasting, repairable products are required in combination with sound circular economy approaches to process the huge anthropogenic stock of valuable resources at the end of life of the PV systems.

This panel discussion aims to get the view of top experts on how PV can form an even better sustainable solution to our increasing energy hunger. The discussion will cover international policy development needs, environmentally friendly, resource efficient production approaches including novel reuse and repair concepts, and the introduction of a sound circular economy.

Main questions are:

  • How can PV products and production processes be further optimized?
  • What is required to increase service life, and introduce repairable and easy recyclable PV products?
  • Which international policies are needed to support the introduction of such products and better circularity?

These are just some of the questions the panel will discuss and give the audience a glimpse into the future of “PV everywhere”

Moderator:
Heinz Ossenbrink, Former European Commission JRC, Ispra, Italy

Co-moderator:
Harry Lehmann, Federal Environment Agency of Germany, Dessau-Roßlau, Germany

Part 2: Resource Efficiency of PV in Production, Use and Disposal

Panelists:
Nieves Espinosa, European Commission JRC, Seville, Spain
Karsten Wambach, Wambach-Consulting, Petersdorf, Germany
Susan Huang, Solar Energy Technologies Office, Washington, USA
Toralf Nitsch, Rinovasol, Weiden, Germany
Jose Bilbao Bernales, UNSW Australia, Sydney, Australia
Karl-Anders Weiß, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany


PANEL DISCUSSION 6/7CO.14
Wednesday, 8 September 2021 | 13:30 – 15:00 PV: The Key Element Towards 100% Renewables. How to Make it Happen?

As the cheapest energy source in history, PV is redefining the way we think about energy. Will everything else have to adapt to it? This panel discussion will look into the technical and non-technical changes ahead, including grid integration, markets, policy and finance.

Moderator:
Kai-Philipp Kairies, ACCURE Battery Intelligence, Aachen, Germany

Co-moderator:
Marion Perrin, Oscaro-Power, Paris, France

Panelists:
Jutta Paulus, Member of the European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium
Antonio Albino Marques, REN, Porto, Portugal
Ulfert Höhne, OurPower, Vienna, Austria
Carolin Funk, Blue Bear, Berkeley, USA
John McKiernan, ESB, Dublin, Ireland
Invited

 

 

Full Conference Programme available

Dear PV and Energy professional,

R Kenny2019

It is with great pride that we share the full scientific programme of the 38th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, to be held 6-10 September 2021 online. We have a full and varied scientific programme which covers fields of interest to all stakeholders, ranging from concepts, materials, cells and modules, through to applications, systems, policies and markets. The programme contains three dedicated plenary sessions covering the full range of conference topics, targeted to provide an in-depth overview to the non-specialist. These will provide you with key knowledge on the present and future direction of PV, which is increasingly being recognized for its crucial role in the future sustainable integrated energy system. Oral and Visual sessions are grouped by topic and theme easily located and tracked in our programme outline and full conference programme.

Our conference offers a unique opportunity to present your work and learn more about your own area of specialization, as well as to follow developments, and meet workers, in other fields. We are aware that being online offers a different experience to a physical conference, and we have included four dedicated discussion sessions in the programme (13:30-15:00 Monday-Thursday) covering the hot issues within the different conference topics that are intended to stimulate involvement of all participants. The possibility of remote connection does enable the welcome participation of many who perhaps would not manage to attend a physical event in a far away continent, and I look forward to meeting you all online from every corner of the globe and from every time zone.

Dr. Robert Kenny
European Commission Joint Research Centre
EU PVSEC Technical Programme Chair

 


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