Pervoskite material providers


Solaveni GmbH is an early stage company that develops and supplies innovative materials for several industriess, including printed electronics, energy harvesting, storage and solid state lighting. Solaveni also provides analytical services and process development.

Solaveni's main products high-purity precursors for perovskite performance materials. Solaveni is a subsidiary of Saule Technologies.

Solaris Chem

Canada-based Solaris Chem, develops and produces organic materials for the semiconductors and electronic industry and for academical R&D.

Solaris Chem offers perovskites materials (intermediates).

ISE Chemicals

ISE Chemicals, established in 1927 in Japan, produces and sells iodine, nickel and cobalt compounds and is also active  in natural gas extraction and trading.

ISE is collaborating with Yamagata University to develop perovskite quantum dots. The company is supplying its pQDs to ZEON corporation.

Zeon Corporation

Zeon logo Zeon Corporation, established in 1950 in Japan, develops and produces chemicals, plastics, rubbers and other materials for a wide range of industries. 

Zeon Corporation has an ongoing project with ISE Chemicals and Yamagata University that is centered on perovskite quantum dots (PQDs). The intention is to develop and produce PQDs for color conversion films. This has applications in displays, agriculture and more.

SoFab Inks

SoFab Inks is a chemical manufacturer of specialized inks for perovskite solar cell manufacturing. It is a spin-out from the University of Louisville, Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, founded in 2022.

SoFab’s broader mission is to accelerate the decarbonization of electrification by improving efficiency, scalability, stability, and bankability of solar cells. 

American Perovskites

American Perovskites (AP) is a material and equipment supply company with production facilities in Colorado and headquarters in California. It is driven by the idea to harness the potential of perovskite materials, accelerate the manufacturing of solar cell semiconductors, and create a diversified and inclusive future workforce.

AP develops and produces various materials, among which are: CzAn, a promising material for use in a variety of applications as a hole transport material (HTM), FlAnS, an aromatic amine that exhibits good charge transport properties, including high hole mobility and good conductivity, which makes it a promising candidate for use as an HTM in solar cells, and more. 

Perotech Energy

Perotech provides perovskite single crystals of different compositions and size for different applications. 

It is focused on developing materials for perovskite enabled X-ray detection and solar energy.

Alfa Chemistry Materials

Alfa Chemistry Materials, a sub-branch of Alfa Chemistry, is focused on the supply of a wide array of materials, such as carbon nanotubes, fullerene (carbon spheres), graphene, high purity materials, MOFs and COFs compound, molecular sieve, quantum dots, etc.The Company offers a line of perovskite materials.Its materials can be used in many industries, like electrode materials, electrolytes, fuel cell catalysts, hydrogen storage materials, lithium-ion batteries, membranes, metal organic frameworks (mofs), perovskite materials, phosphors-phosphor materials, solid oxide fuel cell materials, supercapacitors, and thermoelectric materials.


PEROLED Korea logoKorea-based PEROLED Co. Ltd developed perovskite-based quantum dots for displays, solar panels and other applications. The company's materials can be used for photoluminescence and electroluminescence.

PEROLED offers both customized and off-the-shelf perovskote QD materials.


Excyton logoExcyton (previously PeroLED) was established in 2019, with operations in both the UK and Saudi Arabia (at KAUST). The company develops novel light emitting materials and devices for next-generation displays.

Excyton used to develop electroluminescent perovskite materials for application in displays, but has changed its focus to develop novel OLED architectures. The company received a $2 million seed investment in 2020 from the KAUST Investment Fund.