Danish company infinityPV makes polymer solar cells availablePolymer solar cells are finally directly available to consumers Monday 17 November 14
Organic solar cell technology has finally reached a competitive stage, with a flexibility representing a serious alternative to established solar cells. This technology enables a future where organic solar panels are integrated anywhere thanks to their unique low weight and flexibility.
infinityPV, a Danish start-up company, 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. This technology enables cost and energy efficient light harvesting, it is user-friendly and highly adaptable and offers products which can be used anywhere as standalone installations.
The focus of infinityPV is on printed electronic technology. The current business areas include inks, foil, large solar cell panels, and solar cell modules for educational use. Fifteen years of research experience backs up the deep technical understanding in the development of printed solar cell technology within academia and industry.
infinityPV's horizontal organization is outstanding; all members share ownership and responsibilities. This organizational model together with the internationally recognized expertise form the perfect backbone for this new and challenging business.
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