The Swiss TV Channel SF1 has dedicated a report on Solaronix during the 10vor10 emission on the 10th of May 2007. “Zwei Schweizer Brüder erfinden die Solarzelle neu” (Two Swiss Brothers Reinventing the Solar Cell) can be viewed from the TV’s archive on the following page: http://www.sf.tv/sf1/10vor10/index.php?docid=20070510 The video excerpt can be played directly too:http://real.xobix.ch/ramgen/sfdrs/10vor10/2007/10vor10_10052007-450k.rm?start=0:19:27.265&end=0:23:57.171
In its issue number 4 of April 2007, Beobachter Magazine talks about Solaronix in the article “Der neue Pioniergeist” (The new pioneer spirit, p 21-27). This report is dedicated to the efforts held in Switzerland on renewable energy sources. Browse this issue from the journal’s archive:http://beobachter.ch/edition_inhalt.asp?session=2C1C8D10-53C4-4BB1-8516-838F492041FB&EditionID=301 Access the article online:http://www.beobachter.ch/artikel.asp?session=2C1C8D10-53C4-4BB1-8516-838F492041FB&AssetID=11265
In its article “Flexible Energy — Reasearch on Organic Solar Cells Has Entered an Exciting Phase”, Renewable Energy World Magazine quotes Toby Meyer about Solaronix’s involvement in the growth of the DSC industry. Renewable Energy World Magazine, March – April 2007, Volume 10, Number 2, p 107-109. Visitors can read the entire article online from […]
Bilan Magazine talks about advantages of Solaronix’s silicon-free technology to withstand with worldwide silicon shortage. Bilan, 13.09.2006-26.09.2006, Number 210, p 37-43. View this issue:http://www.bilan.ch/bilan/numero/210/index.htm
Supported by the European Commission, the Napolyde project brings together 23 partners from 11 countries. Solaronix joined industrial giants, small to medium enterprises, and academic centers all sharing a spirit of innovation in solar cells. Visit Napolyde’s website:www.napolyde.org Download the brochure:http://www.napolyde.org/Download/Napolyde%20Brochure.pdf
The Fullspectrum project, supported by the European Commission, aims to make better use of the solar spectrum. There are five lines of research comprising molecular based concepts of solar cells. Hence, Solaronix joined the Fullspectrum partners to bring its expertise in Dye Solar Cells. Visit the website:www.fullspectrum-eu.org Download the leaflet:http://www.fullspectrum-eu.org/downloads_external/Folleto_de_ellos.pdf
Solaronix started a joint-cooperative agreement with Orionsolar in Jerusalem for the development of low cost dye cells. Visit Orionsolar’s website:www.orionsolar.net
Nanofair, the first international congress dedicated to nanotechnologies in Europe will be held in St-Gallen (Switzerland) on 16-18 September 2003. Solaronix will expose during the congress and looks forward to meet you on its booth.
First large area dye solar cell modules made with industrial materials & methods 45 x 45 cm surface, 33 serially connected cells.
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