Printed solar cell production made affordableWith the infinityPV R2R start-up lab printed electronics has never been more accessible October 30th 2017
Industrial production of printed solar cells can seem a long stretch from small rigid glass based solar cells made on a spin coater. With the infinityPV R2R-start up lab printing and coating of flexible electronics is possible on small scales, enabling the transition to R2R production. The R2R-start up lab comprises everything you need for fast realization of new technology in prototypes and even products on flexible substrate.
The R2R-start up lab includes: TR2RC coater, solar simulator (ISOSun), laser imaging (Basic LBIC), flexible substrate, electrode, active ink, encapsulation material and much more. All in all, this a complete laboratory for fabrication and characterization of flexible solar cells on a small scale, that is directly compatible with industrial R2R processing.
infinityPV is Danish developer and manufacturer of printed solar cells, as well as materials and test equipment for printed electronics. Products include solar cells, inks, transparent conductive electrodes, solar simulator, and characterization and manufacturing hardware. The key interest of infinityPV is polymer solar cells, a technology that promises an alternative to traditional silicon solar cells. infinityPV offers a line of professional hardware for solar cell manufacture and characterization as well as a multitude of materials including active layer inks, electrode foils, and more. At infinityPV the aim is to make polymer solar cell technology accessible and affordable.
More information about infinityPV and the R2R-start up solar laboratory can be found at https://infinityPV.com and https://infinitypv.com/products/hardware/production/r2r-lab-startup. Additional resources are available at https://infinityPV.com/press/.
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