The Addressing Challenges for Indoor Photovoltaics webinar took place on 15 March 2023. Hosted jointly with the Application Targeted and Integrated Photovoltaics (ATIP) EPSRC funded Programme Grant, showcases the latest developments in using photovoltaic technologies to harvest ambient light from indoor settings to power the ever-growing number of Internet of Things devices present in homes and workplaces.

The webinar recording is available to view here

The event was chaired by: Prof James Durrant (Imperial College London/Swansea University) and Prof David Lidzey, University of Sheffield and featured the following talks:

Dr Marina Freitag (Newcastle University) “Diffuse light to structured information”

Dr Wing Chung Tsoi (Swansea University) “Organic and perovskite photovoltaics for indoor applications”

Matthiew Bellanger (Lightricity LTD) “Ultra-high efficiency indoor photovoltaic technology and characterisation tools”

Dr James Blakesley (NPL) “Standards and measurement challenges for indoor PV devices”

Dr Lethy Krishnan Jagadamma (University of St Andrews) Halide perovskites for efficient indoor light harvesting: effect of composition tuning” 

Dr Aruna Ivaturi (University of Strathclyde) “Emergence of a new era of near-UV indoor light harvesting: black light harvesting perovskite solar cells”