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Solar Jobs – Careers in the Solar Sector Beyond Academia

This FREE Webinar seeks to share career experiences and reflections from a panel of speakers drawn from the wide variety of organisations with a stake in UK solar, with the goal of highlighting the great diversity of exciting career pathways beyond the academic sector that are possible for Early Career Researchers in the field of […]


6th RSC Energy Sector Early Career Symposium

Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House London, United Kingdom

Early Career Chemists working in or undertaking research in the energy field are invited to attend the 6th Early Career Energy Sector Symposium at The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London, W1J 0BA on Monday 21st November 2022, from 10:00 to 16:00.​ This event is hosted by the RSC Energy Sector Interest Group with […]


Advances in Photovoltaics: Tandems & Bifacial PV

Institute of Physics 37 Caledonian Road, London, United Kingdom

Full Programme Announced - Poster Contributions Still Welcome One day in-person meeting on 7th December 2022 at The Institute of Physics, London, organised by the Ion and Plasma Surface Interactions Group and co-sponsored by the Energy Group and the EPSRC Supergen SuperSolar Network+. Limited Number of ECR Attendance Bursaries Available to SuperSolar Network Members   […]

Next Generation Materials for Solar Photovoltaics 2023

Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House London, United Kingdom

This meeting covers exciting recent advances in solar photovoltaics with a focus on materials for organic, inorganic and hybrid thin film cells.  The day will comprise presentations by six guest speakers and seven contributing speakers, and poster presentations during the lunch and coffee breaks. We hope you can join us at The Royal Society of […]

Space Solar: Satellites, the Space Energy Initiative and Beyond

Photovoltaics have been powering satellites in space for over 50 years, and payloads such as the Hubble Space Telescope and Ingenuity (the Mars Helicopter) depend upon them. The major driving force in PV technologies for space applications has long been maximising the Specific Power of the PV system, minimising payload weight. UK research in this […]

Addressing Challenges for Indoor Photovoltaic Technologies

Using photovoltaic technologies to harvest ambient light from indoor settings is increasingly seen as a solution to powering the ever-growing number of Internet of Things devices present in homes and workplaces. Indoor Photovoltaics (IPV) is a key target area for applications of emerging thin film PV materials such as organic and perovskite PV. Needless to […]

New Horizons in Photovoltaic Technologies Using Organic Materials III

  PLEASE NOTE NEW DATE: FRIDAY 31 MARCH To avoid clashes with upcoming UCU strike action days, the webinar will now take place on 31 March 10.00-12.30 GMT+1   Comprising earth-abundant elements and with the potential to be printed from solution, organic materials offer many exciting possibilities in the development of next generation PV, and […]

Research Methods for Solar PV 2023

The tenth edition of the annual SuperSolar photovoltaics training workshop will focus on methods for characterisation and analysis of PV cells and systems, advanced computational techniques for performance modelling and overviews of structured and nature-inspired optics for PV. This FREE to attend online workshop features international and UK researchers who will give their specialist ‘must-have’ overviews […]


The Power of the Sun: Workshop on Space Based Solar Power

University of Bristol , United Kingdom

Space Based Solar Power represents an attractive source of clean and sustainable energy, which could form part of the UK Net Zero commitment. However, to make the transition from concept to implementation, there are a number of important challenges which need to be addressed. Invited Speakers : Mamatha Maheshwarappa, UK Space Agency Sanjay Vijendran, European […]


CREDS in Celebration

De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms London, United Kingdom

Over the past five years, research from CREDS (Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions) has shown that flexible energy demand, decarbonised energy sources and reductions in energy use are all essential for the transition to a zero-carbon society. This event will showcase CREDS’ research findings, alongside four impact success stories sharing how CREDS worked with […]