Epishine, a Swedish manufacturer of printed organic solar cells and development kits, has signed a new franchise agreement with Farnell, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions. The new-to-market printed organic solar cells are optimised for harvesting energy from indoor, low energy lighting enabling organic solar power to be used everywhere. Design engineers can utilise this new and innovative technology with Epishine’s Light Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit. Farnell is the first high service distributor to stock products from Epishine.
Oxford PV, a leader in the field of perovskite solar cells, has completed the build-out of its manufacturing site in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. The site houses the world’s first volume manufacturing line for the company’s innovative perovskite-on-silicon tandem solar cells with an annual target manufacturing capacity of 100MW.
The Swedish scale-up Epishine has signed an agreement with CCAG, a Swiss IT distribution house with an international reputation, for their Organic Indoor Light Energy Harvesting Modules (LEHs). With the "energy harvesting light cells" from Epishine, CCAG is now offering an interesting, efficient and flexible alternative in its product portfolio to companies that research and produce in the field of sustainable battery management.