BlueDot Photonics is a U.S-based company that is working on building next generation solar panels and photonic devices.
BM Renewables (BMR) is an Australian startup company that was established in early 2020. It focuses on fabricating halide based perovskite photovoltaic cells and modules using a solvent free approach.
Energy Materials Corp. (EMC) is focused on the development of high-speed, roll-to-roll printing of purebred perovskite solar panels.
Evolar has been spun out of Uppsala University’s thin film solar cell research cluster. Evolar aims to produce perovskite solar cells at a high volume.
UK-based Helio is developing both photoluminescent and electroluminescent perovskite-based materials for the display industry. It is a joint spin-off from both Oxford University and the University of Cambridge.
Helio aims to use its materials to improve the color performance and power efficiency of both LCD, OLED displays and MicroLED displays, using the high quantum efficiency, narrow emission spectrum and high absorption of perovskites.
Founded in 2013, Hunt Perovskite Technologies (HPT) specializes in highly-stable and efficient metal halide perovskite in single-junction solar panels for the utility-scale market.
Iris PV is one of the projects working as part of Cyclotron Road - a hub for entrepreneurial scientists and engineers to start their journey from concept to first product.
The Berkeley, California-based company is working to modernize how silicon solar panels are manufactured and is attempting to increase the efficiency of PVs to a range of 25-30%.
Panasonic Corporation is a Japan-based worldwide leader in the development of diverse electronics technologies and solutions in the consumer electronics, housing, automotive, enterprise solutions and more.
UK-based Power Roll was established to develop and commercialize its innovative proprietary energy storage and energy generation technologies. PRL's mission is to produce ultra-thin flexible solar photo-voltaic films in continuous rolls using rapid low-cost process.
Japan-based Sekisui Chemical was established in 1947 and consists of three division companies (entities) and a corporate department. Sekisui is involved in a wide range of business in industries like: real-estate and housing, electronics, automotive, various chemicals and plastics (like photosensitive materials, semiconductors and more) and more.