Pervoskite material providers - Page 2


Dyenamo offers high-quality materials and equipment for solar energy applications, mainly dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC), perovskite solar cells (PSC) and solar fuels.

The company's strong connection with the Swedish R&D consortium the Center for Molecular Devices (CMD) enables it to always be at the frontier with regards to the latest development. CMD consists of research groups at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, research groups at Uppsala University and the DSSC/PSC activities at the research institute Swerea IVF AB.


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.


FrontMaterials logo imageFounded in Taiwan in 2014, FrontMaterials is a technology company focusing on the commercialization of perovskite photovoltaics and dedicated to the scale up of perovskite materials and solar module. FrontMaterials provides a series of high quality perovskite and organic optoelectronic materials for research.

FrontMaterials' technology aims to enable promising applications including novel integration between electronics and photovoltaic modules, building-integrated photovoltaics, tandem integration with conventional silicon solar system, etc.

The technology looks to be light weight, flexible, thin, colorful, semi-transparent, and most importantly, based on high-speed printing and low-cost manufacturing. FrontMaterials is now in partnership with acdemia and industry worldwide.

Green Science Alliance

Green Science Alliance logo imageGSA is a Japan-based chemical company which performs R&D of advanced cutting edge materials, especially in the field of energy and environmental science.

These materials also include perovskite quantum dots, and can be applied to solar cell, rechargeable battery technologies, capacitors, fuel cells, thermoelectric devices and more.


Heliatek logo imageHeliatek was spun-off in 2006 from the Technical University of Dresden (IAPP) and the University of Ulm. The company’s founding brought together internationally renowned experts in the fields of organic optoelectronics and oligomer synthesis. As the global technology leader in the field of organic photovoltaics (OPV), the company aims to help shape a sustainable solar future.

Heliatek's 4 core focuses are: materials development, OPV business development, stack architechture (organic electronics) and R2R production. Its stated vision is to push forward advanced and sustainable energy solutions in everyday life. Heliatek is making the transition from technology development to industrial manufacturing. Its goal is to produce organic solar films in volume in the near future.

Heliatek's business model is to supply custom-designed HeliaFilm® to partners mainly in the building and automotive industry. Together with its partners, Heliatek develops ready-to-market products for the respective market segments. In its first pilot projects, Heliatek successfully combined its solar film with materials like glass, concrete, and PVC membrane.

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.

Mendel Chemicals

Mendel Chemicals is a Moldova-based supplier of chemical products, serving various analytical, industrial, and manufacturing needs.

The Company specializes in providing a wide range of equipment and materials relevant to the perovskite industry. Mendel's offerings include coating equipment, glove boxes, grinding & polishing machines, laboratory mill & mixers, magnetron sputter coating systems, plasma sputtering coaters, spin coaters, thermal evaporation coaters, and vacuum ovens.

Mendel also supplies essential materials used in perovskite research and production, such as Oleylammonium Iodide, Cesium Lead Bromide, Methylammonium Bromide, Cadmium Sulfide, Lead Tin Chloride, Strontium Titanate among others.


Microchem logo imageMicrochem is a Korea-based global provider of ultra high-purity materials and components, mainly for the lighting industry. Microchem supplies mixed metal halides of a variety of components and compositions in the form of precisely-sized spheres of narrow mass variation and is now also covering ultra-dry metal halides of most of elements.

Microchem manufactures high-purity metal halides including: PbI2, SnI2, BiI3, RbI3 and CsI which are widely used in perovskite solar cell development. Microchem is also specialized in pelletizing those metal halides so that each pellet (1.0mg-10.0mg) can contain more than two metal halides according to molar ratio provided by a customer.

Microchem can aid the perovskite research community by providing easy-to-use materials. For example, a pellet (1.0mg) contains both CsI and PbI2 according to the molar ratio so that researchers or panel makers do not have to purchase CsI and PbI2 separately and add those metal halides into a solvent.


Nanox is an advanced materials company developing innovative nanocrystalline perovskite-based catalysts for environmental emission control, with a focus on the automotive stationary engine markets.

The emission control market is over $10 billion and growing steadily, especially with the expansion in Asia. The platinum group metals (PGM) remain the catalysts of choice but this situation is complicated by the requirement for higher performance at lower costs while the PGM are experiencing escalating prices. Nanox now offers an attractive solution to this problem with these perovskite-based Nanoxite™ catalysts engineered with unique structural features and high surface areas that enable higher catalytic efficiency at lower temperatures without sacrificing durability performance.

The Nanoxite products are readily incorporated into existing manufacturing processes used in the catalyst industry allowing easy market entry. Nanox has commissioned a pilot plant to produce commercial levels of the various catalyst formulations aimed at the autocatalyst, stationary and the CO/VOC oxidation markets. The Company aims to ramp up production and complete a larger scale production plant in late 2006.


Ossila was founded in 2009 by organic electronics research scientists with the aim of providing the components, equipment and materials to enable faster and smarter research and discovery. It supplies products to over 600 different institutions in over 57 countries across the world.

Ossila has developed packages of products and services to enable researchers to jump-start their organic electronics development program. In the field of perovskites, the company offers a collection of substrates, materials and processing equipment for the fabrication and measurement of perovskite solar cells and LEDs.

Ossila’s perovskite range can be split into materials and test equipment. The biggest of these are the perovskite precursor materials – Ossila is focused on providing a wide range of organic salts required for fabricating a variety of different perovskite structures. Additionally, it offers a selection of interfacial layers for both hole-transporting and electron-transporting layers as these are often critical for obtaining high performance devices. Finally, Ossila has its premade inks, designed to simplify the process of developing perovskite solar cells for new researchers in the field.