Perovskite solar panels developers

Halocell Energy

Halocell Energy is focused on developing perovskite solar cell technology. Halocell Energy was renamed in 2023 from Greatcell Energy.

Halocell is dedicated to advancing the performance, stability, and scalability of perovskite solar cells to make them a viable and competitive alternative to traditional silicon-based photovoltaics.

Halocell uses halide elements in its perovskites along with many other aspects of cutting-edge materials science to harvest light across various settings and commercial applications. It develops products for indoor devices, outdoor devices and industrial assets.

Hanwha Q Cells

Hanwha Q CELLS logo imageHanwha Q CELLS is a Korean PV company, that manufactures solar cells and modules, Its leading brand is Q CELLS.

Hanwha Q CELLS is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. The headquarters for Technology & Innovation is located in the Solar Valley in Thalheim, Germany. Its products are manufactured in international facilities in China, Malaysia and South Korea. The products and services are sold via our worldwide sales network, spanning photovoltaic markets in Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, South America, Africa and the Middle East.

Q.ANTUM Technology by Q CELLS is based on Passivated Emitter Rear Cell (PERC) technology, that involves installing a reflective layer designed to capture previously unused light back into the cell and convert it to solar electricity.

The Company offers PV solutions for the residential, commercial, industrial and utility sectors.

Hiking PV

Hiking PV, AKA Shenzhen Hiking PV, is a company dedicated to the R&D, manufacturing, and application of advanced energy technology. 

It develops perovskite-silicon tandem solar technology that aims to "facilitate the further development of the trillion-dollar photovoltaic industry. This technology can greatly improve the power conversion efficiency of solar cells with low-cost, thus enhancing the economics of photovoltaic technology", according to the Company's website.

In February 2024, Shenzhen Hiking PV unveiled plans to set up a joint venture with a state-run company to build gigawatt-level perovskite/polysilicon tandem cell and panel production capacity in Guangdong province



France-based Holosolis is a solar developer that was founded by three European entities: EIT Innoenergy, a clean-tech investor based in the Netherlands and financed by the EU; IDEC Group, a real estate developer in France; and TSE, a prominent solar energy producer in France and a leader in agrivoltaics. 

Holosolis is committed to manufacturing energy efficient modules using the latest photovoltaic technologies, with the lowest carbon footprint and highest social standards. It plans to build a state-of-the-art module gigafactory in Sarreguemines, Moselle, France, that will start production in 2025. It aims to produce 10 million PV panels per year.

Holosolis will accelerate innovation across the entire photovoltaic value chain, from raw materials to recycling, with products designed for the following markets:

* Residential rooftops
* Industrial and commercial rooftops
* Agrivoltaics
* Utility scale

In 2023, German silver metallization paste maker Heraeus acquired an unspecified stake in HoloSolis. Also, Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy (ISE) said that it will support HoloSolis in setting up its planned manufacturing facility.

Huasun Energy

Anhui Huasun Energy Co., Ltd ( "Huasun Energy"), founded in July 2020, is a technological innovation enterprise specialized in the R&D and large-scale manufacturing of ultra-high efficiency N-type silicon heterojunction (HJT) solar wafer, cell and module. In 2023, it was implied that the Company is also working on heterojunction-perovskite tandem solar cells.

As one of the industrial pioneers of heterojunction technology in China, Huasun has delivered over 2GW of HJT products to over 30 countries around the globe. Huasun owns 12GW capacity of high-efficiency HJT products, ranking as the largest HJT manufacturer in the world. The company plans to achieve 40GW HJT capacity by the end of 2025.

In November 2023, Huasun Energy announced a fund raise and plans to develop heterojunction-perovskite tandem solar cells.

Hunt Perovskite Technologies (CubicPV)

Hunt Perovskite Technologies logo imageIn 2021, Hunt Perovskite Technologies merged with 1366 Technologies to create CubicPV.

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.

HPT claims that after achieving highly-efficient (>18%) metal halide perovskite PV devices in spring 2014, it resolved to stabilize the perovskite material through better chemistry. Its early tests showed that even though the perovskite devices were highly-efficient and very reproducible, all the materials that made for an efficient device, also caused the PV device to fail.


HPT's team of scientists and engineers has designed its own stable and efficient perovskite solar cell from the ground-up. HPT is also exploring other applications incorporating its highly-stable and efficient perovskite semiconductor.

Jiangsu Akcome Science and Technology

Jiangsu Akcome Science and Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2006. It was listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange (stock code 002610) in 2011 and is a Chinese new energy enterprise, headquartered in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.

AKCOME is focusing its efforts on the field of new energy and has been ranked among the Chinese Top 500 Private Enterprises and Global Top 500 New Energy Enterprises. Akcome has more than 3,500 employees with sales and service networks covering more than 80 countries and regions all over the world. Over the past seventeen years, AKCOME has obtained more than 300 technical patents and nearly 400 well-known honors at home and abroad by virtue of its excellent quality and market reputation.

Conforming to the iterative upgrading of photovoltaic technology, AKCOME actively creates a dual-wheel driven business development model with the core of new energy manufacturing and new energy service, fully committed to the full life cycle operation service of high efficiency solar cells, modules and power stations. Akcome concentrates on the upgrading and application of HJT technology to promote affordable new energy to benefit the world.

Jinko Solar

Jinko Solar (also referred to as "JinkoSolar") is a China-based global solar technology company. Jinko Solar was listed on the STAR Board of the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2022, and JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd., its indirect controlling shareholder, was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2010.

The company strategically positions itself in the core segments of the photovoltaic industry chain. It focuses on integrated research, development, and manufacturing of photovoltaic products, as well as providing comprehensive clean energy solutions, leading in sales in the global mainstream photovoltaic market. JinkoSolar's products serve over 190 countries and regions worldwide, catering to more than 3,000 customers. 

LONGi Green Energy Technology (LONGi)

Founded in 2000, LONGi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (LONGi) is a solar technology that develops solutions for large-scale power plants and for different industries and households with its innovation-focused development. Eventually, it also plans to supply "Green Power + Green Hydrogen" solutions for global zero-carbon development.

Since 2015, LONGi has located its operations in Yunnan, China, and Kuching, Malaysia, to utilize the abundant local hydropower resources to provide clean energy for its facilities. LONGi plans to integrate solar power plants with pumped storage in areas that feature significant elevation differences and abundant sunlight, creating an industrial model for using solar. 

On its website, LONGi states that "the LONGi R&D team has achieved successive breakthroughs in key technologies. These include perovskite thin-film crystal growth on textured silicon substrates, high-efficiency bulk passivation and optical management, and these advancements have led to rapid improvements in the efficiency of silicon-based stacked cells".

Mellow Energy / Vein Energy

Mellow Energy, a China-based perovskite solar module manufacturer, was founded in August 2022. It is also sometimes called Vein Energy. The Company was incubated by the New Energy Technology Research Institute of Jinan University and is led by Professor Mai Yaohua, the dean of the institute.

In November 2022, the Company completed an angel round of financing and began constructing a pilot production line in Foshan High-tech Zone. The production line is used to research and develop key technologies to commercialize large-area perovskite solar cells and modules, as well as to manufacture indoor light energy collection and flexible mobile energy products. By February 2023, the perovskite 100 MW module (30cm x 30cm) pilot line was operational. By December 2023, it is said to be producing PCE = 22.9% modules. This is claimed to be certified by a Chinese 3rd party lab.