Oxford PV

Oxford PV was spun out of the University of Oxford’s Clarendon Laboratory by Prof Henry Snaith in 2010 to commercialise a thin film photovoltaic technology called Perovskite which is able to convert sunlight into electricity at higher efficiency and lower cost than market-leading silicon.

Perovskite is widely recognised to be the next generation solar technology and Oxford PV has a dominant IP position and a strong first-mover advantage, placing it in a strong position to disrupt the 140GW solar market. First commercial production of its Perovskite-silicon tandem cells is expected from 2021 supported by Meyer Burger AG, Europe’s leading supplier of solar equipment.

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