Becquerel Institute was founded in 2014 and is named after Mr Edmond Alexandre Becquerel.
In 1839, Becquerel created the world's first photovoltaic cell. In this experiment silver chloride was placed in an acidic solution and illuminated while connected to platinum electrodes, generating voltage and current. Today the “Becquerel Effect” is better known as the “photovoltaic effect”.
200 years later, PV covers more than 6% of the world electricity demand, a number expected to rise faster in the coming years and decades.
The Becquerel Institute was founded in 2014 by Gaëtan Masson (picture) and Adel El Gammal, two well-known experts involved in PV development for years, who shifted from the financial sector.
The Becquerel Institute combines the strength of a consulting company and a dedicated research centre focusing on the ecosystem of solar photovoltaics.
Today the company is composed of a young and dynamic team and is active worldwide, with partners and customers on 4 continents (Europe, Asia, Africa and Americas).
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We are paving the way to a solar-led energy revolution which will be the cornerstone of the change towards a sustainable and equitable society.
We strongly believe that the energy revolution needs innovation, but not only on technical aspects: we must give a chance to new business practices and to pioneer minds.
Satisfaction of our clients is our best advertisement. We guarantee our customers the highest quality work and a total commitment to the achievement of the defined objectives.
Becquerel Institute's Team
CEO & Founder
COO & Partner
José M. Vega de Seoane Lopez
Managing Partner Spain
Managing Partner France
Mélodie de l'Epine
Head of Research & Innovation
Adrien Van Rechem
Julien Van Overstraeten
Ian Paul Kenchington
Marketing & Communication Officer
To contact a team member : FirstLetterOfName.LastName@becquerelinstitute.eu