At last month’s virtual EU PVSEC conference, Henry Snaith – a professor of physics at Oxford University – won the Becquerel Prize for his pioneering work on perovskite solar cells. As chief scientific officer at Oxford PV, Snaith is involved in planning the commercial launch of a perovskite-on-silicon tandem module for the middle of next year. pv magazine recently caught up with Snaith to discuss his prize-winning work and the current state-of-the-art in perovskite PV and tandem cells.
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