In the meantime, solar technology is considered to be the cheapest energy source and has thus also outstripped fossil fuels in economic terms. Innovative solutions are also entering the market, especially in the area of PV modules, or in the form of bifacial or heterojunction cells and inverters. But which technologies will shape the industry in the short and medium term? What do they look like in concrete terms? And will we see a sustainable development on the European market? We talk about this with Prof. Dr. Andreas Bett, Director of Fraunhofer ISE in Freiburg.
Published: May 6, 2021
For forty years, Fraunhofer ISE has made an important contribution to increasing the efficiency of solar cells, the reliability of PV modules and power plants, and the further development of sustainable and cost-effective production processes for cells and modules. It is a research partner of the European solar industry along the entire PV value chain.
Prof. Dr. Andreas W. Bett is Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE in Freiburg and Professor for "Solar Energy Materials and Technologies" at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Freiburg.