Dyesol to pay for novel glass substrate sealing technology

Thin-film OPV firm, Dyesol is collaborating with Portuguese electrical engineering firm, EFACEC on a novel laser assisted, glass frit sealing technology for its solid-state DSC solar cells to provide 20-year plus sealing for its planned perovskite-based commercial PV products.

The low temperature, laser-assisted glass sealing technology was first developed by EFACEC and the University of Porto, which will be further developed to specifically meet Dyesol’s requirements.Read more at: www.pv-tech.org/news/dyesol_to_pay_for_novel_glass_substrate_sealing_technologyThin-film OPV firm, Dyesol is collaborating with Portuguese electrical engineering firm, EFACEC on a novel laser assisted, glass frit sealing technology for its solid-state DSC solar cells to provide 20-year plus sealing for its planned perovskite-based commercial PV products.   
The low temperature, laser-assisted glass sealing technology was first developed by EFACEC and the University of Porto, which will be further developed to specifically meet Dyesol’s requirements.

Read more at: www.pv-tech.org/news/dyesol_to_pay_for_novel_glass_substrate_sealing_technology

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Date: 27 January 2015
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