PV Technology Laboratory:

The PV Technology Laboratory comprises of a state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor infrastructure for PV research at the level of cells/modules and systems. The infrastructure includes amongst others:

  • Environmental Chamber
  • Solar and UV Simulator
  • Electroluminesence imaging apparatus
  • PV characterization
  • Outdoor system level performance infrastructure
  • Metereological stations
  • NOCT infrastructure
  • Outdoor cell/module level performance infrastructure


Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory:

The EFM group undertakes research in the field of environmental fluid mechanics inspired both from the natural and built environments and aims to unveil the direct implications of such research results for sustainable and energy-based design and planning. Thematic Areas and Applications:

  • Air flow and pollution dispersion in urban areas
  • Heat transfer in and thermal efficiency of the built environment
  • Sustainable Design


Power Systems Modelling Laboratory:

The Power System Modelling Laboratory performs high quality research in the following areas:

  • Electrical Control and Analysis of DC Corrosion
  • Engineering Cost/Benefit Analysis and Risk Management for R.E.S
  • Earthing/Lightning Protection, Solar Applications and LV systems
  • Loss Evaluation under R.E.S penetration
  • Plant Design and F.E. Modeling

It benefits from state-of-the art software tools that are either commercially available or developed in-house