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By using new semiconductor materials, organic solar cell expert ASCA has increased the efficiency of its modules by 40 percent. The new components are supplied by the Taiwanese company Raynergy Tek. Raynergy Tek specialises in developing organic semiconductor materials for OPV modules, such as non-fullerene acceptors (NFAs). With an efficiency record of around 20 percent in laboratory cells, they promise significantly higher performance than conventional acceptors. ASCA has succeeded in integrating NFA-based materials into its prefabrication for the first time. Using materials supplied by Raynergy Tek, the company has been able to increase the efficiency of its semi-transparent free-form solar modules to around 70 watts per square metre.

 

GARBE Renewable Energy – GREEN GmbH, subsidiary of GARBE Industrial Real Estate GmbH, has inaugurated a new film photovoltaic system installed on the external façade in cooperation with the companies Heliatek GmbH (Dresden, Germany) and ADLER Smart Solutions GmbH on 13 October 2021.

 

Heliatek (Dresden, Germany) is an official partner of the German Pavilion “Campus Germany” at the World Expo 2020, taking place from 1 October 2021until 31 March 2022 in Dubai. The World Expo 2020 is the world's largest trade fair. Its motto: “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future”. Nearly 200 exhibitors from over 190 countries are exhibiting on the more than 4km² area and up to 25 million visitors are expected during the next six months.

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