Lukas Wagner Discusses Material Sufficiency for Terawatt-Scale Perovskite PV at HOPV2023
International Conference on Hybrid & Organic Photovoltaics 2023 | London, UK
Lukas Wagner, a distinguished senior scientist from The Philipp University of Marburg, captivated the audience at the HOPV2023 conference with his compelling oral presentation titled “Are there enough materials for terawatt-scale perovskite PV?” This event, renowned for its focus on the development, function, and modeling of materials and devices for hybrid and organic solar cells, including perovskite, organic, quantum dot, and dye-sensitized cells, also explores their integration into complementary devices such as photoelectrochemical water splitting.
Leveraging his extensive expertise in perovskite solar cells with carbon electrodes, advanced photoluminescence-based characterization techniques, and sustainability assessments in energy technologies, Lukas Wagner delved into the critical question of material availability for achieving terawatt-scale perovskite PV. His insightful presentation addressed the associated challenges and shed light on the feasibility of implementing such large-scale solutions.