Glyndŵr University will be offering a masters degree in photovoltaics this September, making use of the Centre for Solar Energy Research (CESR) at the university’s campus.

The course is designed to shed light on the behaviour of photovoltaic materials, the issues involved in system design and processes used in the manufacture of photovoltaic technologies.

The British Photovoltaics Association (BPVA) has partnered with the university to help link the course with the UK solar industry. The CSER also attracts a number of UK-based solar PV businesses including: Sharp, PV Crystalox, Romag, The Solar Building Company, Dulas MHH, G24i and Dyesol.

The course will take place at Glyndŵr’s OpTIC building which boasts a 1,176 m2 solar wall made up of 2,368 Shell CIS modules.

Full details of the course can be found here.