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Thursday 25th April 2019
Thursday 25th April 2019
New chemical formula boosts efficiency and improves structural and optoelectronic properties of the solar cell
Friday 5th April 2019
Announces new BIPV metal sheet CIGS solar roof for end market applications
Wednesday 3rd April 2019
Friday 29th March 2019
Sven Lindström receives annual Swedish high tech 'THINGS Wall of Fame' award
Thursday 28th March 2019
CIGS is expected to emerge as fastest growing technology over the forecast period
Tuesday 26th March 2019
Contrary to the opinion of much of the renewable energy sector, the abolition of the Government’s feed-in tariff scheme (FiTS) on 31st March is not necessarily bad news. Commercial-scale roof-top solar power is booming and will continue to flourish even when the FiTS ends, says Cheltenham-based solar power company, Mypower, which was responsible for introducing solar power to Gloucester Cathedral. The FiTS has supported the development of renewable energy since 2010, but Mypower believes its removal will boost the commercial sector’s adoption of solar power and help companies to significantly reduce their operational costs. Government should now focus upon energy storage technology as this is the next barrier to clean energy growth.
Friday 22nd March 2019
Swedish CIGS solar energy firm reports 90 percent revenue increase
Thursday 21st March 2019
Meyer Burger enters into important strategic partnership with leading developer of highly efficient next generation perovskite solar cells and sells 200 MW Heterojunction production line
Friday 15th March 2019
Perovskite firm closes Series D funding with new investment and continued support from existing shareholders
Monday 11th March 2019
The commencement of the SuperSolar Hub in May 2012, as part of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) SUPERGEN programme, coincided with the publication of game-changing developments in perovskite technologies from one of the core+3 SuperSolar Hub members, Prof Henry Snaith at Oxford University, who was quickly recognised amongst Nature’s Ten People Who Mattered This Year in 2013. Since then the Hub has been the focal point for UK research in perovskite PV.Picture credit Oxford PV : Commercial sized perovskite-on-silicon solar cells in production at Oxford PV’s pilot line in Germany.
Friday 1st March 2019

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