CubicPV was established by Hunt Perovskite Technologies and 1366 Technologies, a US-based energy company.
EneCoat Technologies is a Japan-based company working on materials development for perovskite solar cells and the commercialization of modules.
GreatCell manufactured and supplied PSC materials and was dedicated to the successful commercialization of PSC photovoltaics. It is mainly focused on:
Oxford PV is developing and commercializing thin-film perovskite solar cells, which can be printed directly onto silicon solar cells, CIGS solar cells or glass. Pioneering work developing perovskite thin-film solar cells has delivered a route to boosting the efficiency of current commercial cells; using a high efficiency coating in a multi-junction or “tandem” cell architecture. In addition, printing perovskites directly onto glass has led to a semi-transparent coating ideal for BIPV applications and, once integrated into the glazing units of a building, the technology is capable of providing a significant percentage of the building’s electrical energy requirements directly from sunlight.
By employing well known and well understood printing processes, focused on inexpensive and abundant raw materials, Oxford PV has developed a highly cost effective technology.
P3C is an India-based startup that develops new generation photovoltaics and associated components. P3C started at IIT BHU and has also support from IIT Delhi.
Its mission in to take perovskite solar cells from lab to market.
A team of scientists (Anand Verma (co-founder, CEO), Dr. David Martineau (CTO), Dr. Toby Meyer (co-founder, CEO Solaronix), and Andreas Meyer (CTO Lumartix)) have developed a digital printing technology to fabricate efficient and stable perovskite solar cells with custom design capability.
The fabrication techniques they developed are said to be highly efficient and flexible, which could reduce the production cost considerably, even for customized items.
Saule's aim is to combine perovskite solar cells with other currently available products.