MClimate (Sofia, Bulgaria) in joint efforts with Epishine (Linköping, Sweden), a leading indoor solar cell producer, is now offering a self-powered CO2 Display that can monitor Carbon dioxide (CO2). Using a low-power NDIR sensing module provided by one of the leading manufacturers worldwide, the device can be used for any indoor space like classrooms, offices, hospitals, shops, public buildings, and many more.
Organic solar cell manufacturer Epishine (Linköping, Sweden) and organic semiconductor producer Brilliant Matters (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Canada) are joining forces in an Eurostars project to take the next step towards the most scalable and sustainable energy-harvesting solution.
First Solar (Tempe, Arizona) has further strengthened its global leadership in thin film photovoltaics by acquiring Evolar AB, a European leader in perovskite technology. The purchase price is approximately $38 million paid at closing and up to an additional $42 million to be paid subject to certain technical milestones being achieved in the future. The impact to 2023 operating expenses is expected to be approximately $2-4 million, excluding the impact of purchase price accounting.