As of 1 April, Ronn Andriessen has taken over the role from Huib van den Heuvel as an interim director of Solliance, the solar research organisation based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Andriessen has been a driving force since the start of Solliance, as programme manager of the Perovskite Shared Research Program.
One of the fastest growing technologies in the world is printed electronics with applications in consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, etc. One such example with remarkable promises for the future of energy is printed solar cells.
For decades scientists have been pursuing an exceedingly ambitious goal: They hope to provide clean energy for the entire world. Solutions including fusion, wind, solar, and more are all in the works, each with their own sets of promises and costs. Frederik C. Krebs, CEO of infinityPV (Jyllinge, Denmark) sees one clear path to a renewable energy future: “Printed solar cells hold the promises of solving our energy needs - we have the technology, all needed materials are abundant, and we spend extremely limited energy producing them.”