Ingrid Repins
1994 …2024

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Ingrid Repins is a research fellow active in the Photovoltaics Reliability group at NREL. She has worked for more than 20 years in photovoltaics, including reliability, device processing, characterization, and manufacturing. She brings an in-depth understanding of materials science and device physics to high-impact questions about reliability and product life. 

Repins has been honored to work with outstanding teams to achieve a 2004 R&D 100 Award for Lightweight Flexible Thin-Film CIGS PV Modules, the world’s first 20%-efficient thin-film photovoltaic device, and the most highly cited 2008–2009 paper in the field of energy research.

Prior to joining NREL in 2007, Dr. Repins performed research and manufacturing support in the private sector.

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Physics, Colorado State University

Master, Physics, Colorado State University

Bachelor, Physics, Stanford University


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