infinityPV awarded second place at RSC Emerging Technologies ShowcaseDanish start-up demonstrates infinitely printed solar cells Wednesday 1 July 15
infinityPV, a start-up company in the organic photovoltaics market, has been awarded at the Emerging Technologies Competition. The annual innovation competition organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry seeks to accelerate the commercialisation of the most impactful ideas within healthcare, materials and energy and sustainability. infinityPV has been recognised with the second prize in the category of energy and sustainability.
infinityPV has proven that polymer solar cells can be produced in large scale. The company introduces new flexible solar cells printed in "infinitely" long busbar-less foils, which enables cost-and energy-efficient light harvesting. A crucial aspect is that the technology is user-friendly and highly adaptable and offers products that can be used anywhere, as a standalone installation.
The focus of infinityPV is on printed electronic technology. The current business areas include inks, foil, large solar cell panels, solar cell modules for educational use, and solar cell testing equipment. Fifteen years of research experience back-up the deep technical understanding in the development of printed solar cell technology within academia and industry.
infinityPV aims at introducing added value to the solar cells and is as well unveiling a series of innovative products to the market showcasing polymer solar cells.
More information about infinityPV can be found at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/infinitypv/heli-on, infinityPV.com. Additional resources are available at infinityPV.com/press/.
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