Epishine, a pioneering Swedish energy impact company, has announced the launch of their new solar cell factory with a capacity of one hundred million modules per year. This expansion into a larger state-of-the-art roll-to-roll facility is a direct result of the growing market interest across industries and a wide range of applications.
A very special project is currently underway in Dülmen in North Rhine-Westphalia at the company TEPE Systemhallen. The specialist for lightweight system halls is currently renovating the roofs of its company buildings and is using trapezoidal sheet metal roof elements from Laukien.
Dracula Technologies (Valence, France), a pioneer in energy harvesting through indoor light, announces its new “Green MicroPower Factory“—a state-of-the-art, fully automated facility. The largest of its kind in Europe (2500m²), this factory will produce up to 150 million cm² of organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices per year, using inkjet printing to simultaneously lower costs and increase customization. Dracula Technologies’ new facility will cater to high-volume IoT customers from early 2024, while also preparing to license its groundbreaking technology.