UNSW record efficiency for non-toxic, buildings application, thin-film solar cells

  • Xiaojing-Hao

BZE speaks to Dr Xiaojing Hao, Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow at the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering, UNSW. Dr Hao and her team have broken efficiency records for CZTS thin-film solar cells which are non-toxic and could be used on buildings roofs, facades and windows.

BZE Interviewers: Kay Wennagel, Michael Staindl, Natalie Bucknell

Interview broadcast on: 3 March 2017

From Radio 3CR in Melbourne, Australia

Further reading:

UNSW Newsroom: UNSW takes lead in race for non-toxic, thin-film solar cells

SMH: ‘It’s my dream’: achievement of scientist’s solar cell goal opens up potentially huge new markets

The Fifth Estate: Zero energy buildings a step closer following UNSW solar breakthrough

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