Project on advanced flexible plastic solar panels

21 02 2012

UJI research group led by Juan Bisquert participates in  €14.2M flexible printed plastic solar panel project coordinated by CSEM

Printed-plastic solar technology is transforming how and where we harvest power. It represents the newest generation of technologies in solar power generation which will result in flexible, low weight, and low cost panels. Europe has recently launched a four-year, €14.2M effort to develop advanced flexible plastic solar panels designed to be integrated into new consumer mobile applications and buildings. Led by the Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM), the project consortium includes industrial partners such as Agfa, BASF, and DuPont Teijin Films as well as the photovoltaic pioneer Konarka and key European research institutes and universities.

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