Solar energy, past, present & future

5 December 2017 18:45-20:00, Lancaster, United Kingdom


Introduction
Speaker: Paul Coxon of the University of Cambridge.
Topic: Solar photovoltaics has spread widely in recent years and could be the world’s cheapest electricity source by 2030. Paul Coxon will give a history of how we have used the sun's energy throughout the ages, how the current solar revolution began and expanded, and a glimpse at how scientists are mimicking natural structures to enhance the efficiency of the solar cells of the future.
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The Storey

The Auditorium, The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1TH, United Kingdom

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Organised by
RSC Lancaster & District Local Section
Contact information
John Hardy
Lancaster University
Department of Chemistry, Faraday Building, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YB.
01524595080
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