European project 3D-PHOTOXIDES helps to advance thin film PV solar cells based on inkjet printed oxides
Technology-based company OXOLUTIA SL together with German partner THEVA is working in the development of thin film photovoltaic solar cells. The project 3D-PHOTOXIDES gathers OXOLUTIA’s core technology of inkjet printing for producing thin film oxide arquitectures and expertise and know-how from THEVA in the field of physical deposition methods and advanced equipment. OXOLUTIA’s CEO, Dr. Albert Calleja, claims that “we had the idea to take advantage of the knowledge acquired in the scale-up of 2G superconductor tapes for an entirely new application in the green energy production sector. I am convinced that this idea will pay off soon”. The action belongs to ERA-NET MANUNET II from European FP7. ACC10-Generalitat de Catalunya is acknowledged by its support.
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