On October 4th 2019 was held in Lausanne the kickoff meeting of the UNIQUE project, which stands for ”Carbon Based Perovskite Solar Cells with UNI-Directional Electron Bulk Transport: in the QUEst of a Short Time to Market”. UNIQUE brings together renowned European research centers and strategic industrial partners whom identified carbon-based perovskite solar cells to […]
Alongside with high performance and long term stability, the development of efficient manufacturing techniques is of utmost importance for successful industrialization of perovskite solar cells. Our focus at Solaronix has always been making photovoltaics more affordable, by leveraging simple wet deposition techniques as opposed to costly vacuum based evaporation processes. So far our screen-printing inks […]
As efforts are made to bring perovskite photovoltaics to an industrially viable level, exploring solar cell architectures avoiding the use of costly materials and inadequate evaporation techniques *becomes* a necessity. It is well known though, that perovskites may not withstand very high temperatures during solar cell manufacturing. What’s more, flexible substrates made of plastic materials […]
Our good pals over at EMPA are organizing a workshop dedicated to a subject very dear to us, the industrialization of perovskite thin film photovoltaics. The symposium will take place at the Eventforum in Bern, on October 4th. The event is free of charge, but registration is required. Please head over to the following page […]
Solaronix is glad to sponsor PSCO-2018, a major event for the perovskite solar cell community. This year, the conference is back to Lausanne, and will take place at the SwissTech Convention Center on EPFL Campus, were Solaronix got installed its first multicolored Dye Solar Cell façade five years ago. Needless to say the conference is quite […]
Keeping the momentum of our breakthrough in Perovskite Solar Cell development announced last year, Solaronix is now thrilled to share with our customers our latest advances in the form of a handful of new products. But first, a few words about what is happening behind the scene. On the laboratory scale, our carbon-based monolithic perovskite […]
Coined “The Next Big Thing in Solar Energy” by X-Prize CEO Peter Diamandis at the Abundance 360 summit, perovskite photovoltaic technology had yet to be proven stable, performant, and scalable to an industrial level. Solaronix is announcing today a major breakthrough in perovskite industrialization, with the fabrication of efficient large-area all-printed perovskite solar modules.
Discover Elcocarb B/SP and Elcocarb G/SP, our new carbon pastes with unprecedented characteristics. Formulated specifically for screen-printing and slot-coating, these carbon inks allow to easily deposit highly conductive carbon layers in photovoltaic solar cells and other electrochemical devices. Elcocarb B/SP Elcocarb B/SP contains an optimized mix of graphite particles dispersed with high conductivity carbon-black nanoparticles […]
Following our recent developments in the field of Perovskite Solar Cells, and the kick-off of CTI-sponsored project with LPI laboratory at EPFL, we are announcing today the launch of a new set of products for this revolutionary solar technology.
On June 1st 2014, Solaronix and EPFL Prof. Grätzel’s Laboratory of Photonics and Interfaces (LPI) started together a CTI-sponsored project aiming at efficient and low-cost Perovskite Solar Cells, a novel breed of hybrid photovoltaic technology which efficiency recently soared up in the scientific literature.
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