Organic solar cells possess several advantages compared to conventional silicon solar cells – they are cheaper to manufacture, more eco-friendly, flexible and transparent. Researchers from the NanoSYD team of the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) in Sønderborg have achieved breakthrough within organic solar cells. We interview Vida Engmann, an award-winning researcher from SDU's NanoSYD team, and ask her to explain to us the current advancements and practical applications of organic solar cells.
FINALLY, BECAUSE THIS IS OUR LAST EPISODE BEFORE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S EVE, WE WISH ALL OF YOU A HAPPY AND HEALTHY CHRISTMAS AND A GOOD START INTO A SUCCESSFUL 2021!! STAY TUNED AND THANKS FOR ACCOMPANYING US ON OUR JOURNEY THROUGH 15 EPIOSODES INTO A GREENER FUTURE!!
Katharina Rubahn & Oliver Niebuhr
Total run time 16:58 minutes
Speakers: Oliver Niebuhr (host) & Vida Engmann (guest)
Intro text is spoken by Christian Sollberger, https://www.speech-academy.com/
Intro music created by sscheidl from Pixabay
Outro music: Nature Documentary - GEMAfreie Musik von https://audiohub.de
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