PVSAT-13 Bangor

13th Photovoltaic Science, Application and Technology Conference


5 - 7 April 2017

Bangor University, UK

Organized by The Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES).

PVSAT is the UK’s premier scientific event for solar PV where the latest advances in UK research and development are presented and discussed. This 3-day conference covers all PV technologies; crystalline silicon, inorganic thin film, multi-junction concentrators and emerging organic and hybrid cells, including perovskite cells.

The EPSRC Supergen Supersolar Hub are providing a number of bursaries to students wishing to attend PVSAT-13. Students wishing to apply for a bursary should click the button below.

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Research Methods in Solar PV

4 April 2017

University of Bangor

A one day workshop in the field of PV ideal for early stage researchers, PhD students, industry workers or postdocs. organised by the EPSRC SuperSolar PV Hub in association with PVSAT.

Conference Blog

Invitation from the Chair

Nigel Mason

It is my great pleasure to invite you to participate in the PVSAT-13 Conference and Exhibition to be held at Bangor University 5 - 7 April 2017. The feedback we received from our successful PVSAT-12 event in Liverpool was much appreciated and is being used to ensure that Bangor will be equally s ...

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PVSAT Committee Members

Nigel Mason
(PV Consulting Ltd)

Ralph Gottschalg
(Loughborough University)

Alex Cole

Michael Hutchins
(The Solar Energy Society)

Stuart Irvine
(Swansea University)

Nicola Pearsall
(Northumbria University)

Ken Durose
(University of Liverpool)

Hari Reehal
(London South Bank University)

Steve Ransome
(Steve Ransome Consulting Ltd)

Trystan Watson
(SPECIFIC, Swansea University)

Robert Treharne

Rolf Crook
(University of Leeds)

Jeff Kettle
(University of Bangor)