A spin-out from the University of Oxford, Oxford PV has exclusively licensed a rapidly growing portfolio of Intellectual Property developed by Dr. Henry Snaith and his academic team of 15 scientists.
Dr Henry Snaith is leading an intensive and wide-ranging program of research that is aimed at creating individual solar cells which are highly efficient and robust enough to have a lifetime of over 20 years.
This research program provides the building blocks for Oxford Phtotovoltaics' product roadmap with the solar cell development advancing rapidly with independently verified efficiency of 5%, and with identified enhancements that should deliver 8% efficiency within 18 months and greater than 10% efficiency in the near term. An 8% efficient organic cell that can last more than 20 years will be widely regarded as a major breakthrough in the industry.
New hi-tech Laboratory for World-Leading Oxford PV Opened by Energy and Climate Change Minister
The Sensi+™ is a laser-based analyzer used for monitoring natural gas quality.
The LAS MkII Scintillometer by Kipp & Zonen can detect sensible heat fluxes over long distances, up to 4.5km.
The Vocus CI-TOF from TOFWERK provides real-time chemical ionization measurements.
Following on from the Greener Manufacturing Show, AZoCleantech speaks with Christophe Williams, CEO and co-founder of Naked Energy, about the company and its mission to change energy for good by accelerating the transition to net zero carbon.
Ahead of The Greener Manufacturing Show in Cologne on the 9th and 10th of November 2022, AZoCleanTech spoke with Peter Sarno, event director of the show, about the push for sustainable industrial solutions.
Following on from the Contamination & Geotech Expo, AZoCleantech speaks with Barnaby Hayward from P&D Marine Services about his involvement in the clean technology sector and the company’s innovative water management solution - the Jellyfishbot.