Three HZB teams led by Prof. Christiane Becker, Prof. Bernd Stannowski and Prof. Steve Albrecht have jointly managed to increase the efficiency of perovskite silicon […]
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Researchers map out how biomass from plants could replace unrenewable resources in optical applications A digital, urbanized world consumes huge amounts of raw materials that […]
We are heading for a fossil-fuel-free future. Which, in turn, largely boils down to electrification. And due to huge price reductions, solar energy will take the lead, Carlo van de Weijer says.
A more flexible use of sustainable electricity. That is what TU/e students Horst Fietje, Stan Hoppenreijs and Jasper Verhoeve are aiming for with their start-up Voltgoed.
Top Dutch Solar Racing gets ready to race solar car in Morocco. ‘We’re showing: North Netherlands can do it too’
On October 25, the time has come for the Solar Challenge Morocco. Top Dutch Solar is busy with the last preparations to get the solar car in shape.
Thinkers, designers, doers and aspiring builders team up to find solutions to accelerate the energy transition
Students from Summa College, Avans University of Applied Sciences and TU Eindhoven are working together within the Energy Learning Community (ELC) on solutions to accelerate the energy transition.
Squad Mobility is launching their first solar cart in September. The start-up from Breda wants to conquer cities with this. "It would make me really happy to see Squads driving everywhere in Paris."
In this column, we feature a follow-up story to one of our best-read stories. Like the one about a new type of solar cell built from perovskite. What does this solar cell mean for solar energy?
Scientists at the University of Ulm and the University of Heidelberg in Germany have found a way to generate solar hydrogen in cold regions of the Earth - like Antarctica
Scientists have succeeded in making oxygen from sunlight, water and semiconducting polymers. It could mark a major breakthrough for the production of solar fuel.
The EU-funded PERTPV project is building a new type of solar cell based on perovskite. The result should be higher-performance, more sustainable and efficient solar modules
A cascade of prizes during the seventh edition of the TU/e Contest. In addition to cash prizes and extra coaching for companies, there are two wild cards for the finals of the 4TU Impact Challenge.
Former TU/e student Henk Arntz has found a solution that allows solar power plants to produce power profitably on a much smaller scale.
The Polar team from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, led by polar explorer Ewout Hulscher, aims to conduct emission-free and waste-free research on Antarctica.
The 0.003 millimeter long 'microswimmer' can swim half an hour in the dark when exposed to light for 30 seconds
For the past three years, Tessie Hartjes has been writing about how the Dutch start-up Lightyear has evolved from a student team to one of the most promising Dutch start-ups. This is her last column.
A fresh cup of coffee while camping in the wild? No problem! Power outlets are no longer needed if you have a solar car. The Solar Team Eindhoven demonstrated that today.
Current research at the Technical University of Graz refutes earlier theories on long-range charge transfer between organic and inorganic materials.
By the year 2030, the countries of the European Union intend to cover about one-third of their energy needs with renewable energy sources. Solar energy […]
Do your solar panels still generate as much energy as they did in the beginning? Probably not. Pollution and degradation of the material reduce the […]