Skip to main content
Tuesday, 24 September,  13:30 - 15:00

Panel Discussion


Session BO.13:
Stable Perovskite Tandems: Hype or Hope?

Join us for an insightful session as we delve into the pressing challenges surrounding the long-term stability of Tandem Perovskites and the implications of introducing new technologies into the market. The session will explore the current hype surrounding Tandem devices and Perovskites, while critically examining the timeframes required for scientific advancements to address key challenges and validate these technologies for commercial viability. Our discussion will encompass crucial aspects such as long-term reliability, scalability, bankability, standardization in testing, and the obstacles faced in transitioning from laboratory innovation to mass production. Furthermore, gain valuable insights into the strategies adopted by major silicon PV manufacturers in navigating this evolving landscape. Don't miss this opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the complexities and opportunities at the intersection of technological innovation and market readiness.

Programme


Moderator:
Veronica Bermudez Benito, QEERI, Qatar

Co-Moderator:
Jan Christoph Goldschmidt, University of Marburg, Germany

Panelists:

  • Carolin Ulbrich, HZB, Germany
  • Chris Case, Oxford PV, United Kingdom
  • Xinyu Zhang, Jinko, China
  • Ivan Gordon, EERA, Belgium
  • Peter Fath, RCT Solutions, Germany
  • tbc
    Organised by:

    WIP Renewable Energies
    Sylvensteinstr. 2
    81369 Munich
    Germany
    Technical Programme
    coordinated by:

    European Commission -
    Joint Research Centre
    Contact

    Get in touch with us.
    Follow Us on: