Fysik - Photovoltaics
THE VISIT WILL BE HELD IN ENGLISH OR DANISH
Kort beskrivelse af aktiviteten: Photovoltaic (PV) cells are solar cells used for converting the sunshine into electrical energy. With 900MW of PV installations in Denmark, producing around 800,000 MWh of energy during 2017. An average household uses 4MWh of energy during a year, therefore it can be said that 200,000 families were supplied by solar energy. A total of 3,400 MW is expected to be installed by 2030, taking a huge step towards a fossil free Danish energy supply by 2050.
Karakter af besøgets indhold: General overview and introduction into photovoltaics, including a tour of the laboratories and hands-on experiments with different types of solar cells. The visit could also involve a general tour in the labs of Department of Energy Technology conducted by our decentralized study advisors.
Faglig relevans: Physics. This tutorial is intended for high-school students who have some knowledge about electrical power and are interested in renewable energy.
Forventet niveau: The level can be adapted (1.-3.G + HTX)
Forberedelse: Some knowledge about electricity is needed: Voltage, current, power and energy.
Udbytte: Some of the exercises can also be done off campus, weather data is available offline from the weather station at Campus.
Maks. antal personer: Due to the classroom size a maximum of 30 persons. Laboratory sessions can run in parallel.
Tidspunkter for besøget: To be determined in collaboration with the contact person.
Besøgets varighed: Both half-day and full day tutorials are available
Mødested: Institut for Energiteknik, Pontoppidanstræde 111, 9220 Aalborg Øst
Kontaktperson: email@example.com Tamas Kerekes, AAU Energi
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