Danish researcher wins big prize, close to solving organic solar tech's problem

A veritable solar power revolution could be underway in the laboratories at the University of Southern Denmark, where Dr. Vida Engmann is working to make organic solar technology as stable as conventional PV panels. She now receives an international prize for her research.
36-year old Vida Engmannis already a pioneer in solar power research and now receives a big prize for her work. | Photo: SYDDANSK UNIVERSITET
36-year old Vida Engmannis already a pioneer in solar power research and now receives a big prize for her work. | Photo: SYDDANSK UNIVERSITET

Dr. Vida Engmann works in the labs of the University of Southern Denmark researching organic photovoltaic technology along with other solar energy scholars of the Nano Syd group.

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