First phase of HeliaFilm PV installation complete in Singapore

Date: 15 September 2015
Source: www.heliatek.com
Asia’s largest Building Integrated Organic PV (BIOPV) First installation of HeliaFilm® completed in Singapore Phase 1 successfully installed on Seletar Walkway    The first phase of Heliatek’s pilot project in Singapore has been successfully completed. 30m2 of Heliafilm with an average cell efficiency of 7% have been installed within a few hours on the Seletar walkway.

HeliaFilm® is fitting on the walkway roof perfectly despite its uneven-shaped, aluminum top structure.

The two key features of HeliaFilm® that are demonstrated on this installation are flexibility in form, fit and function 
and ease of installation. 


HeliaFilm® is the core part of a larger project, which provides a test-bed platform for new sustainable, urban-fit technologies for Singapore. 


The project is carried out by vTrium, Heliatek’s exclusive partner in Singapore. HeliaFilm® will be implemented on various other buildings in Jurong Town Corporation’s Cleantech Park on steel and glass using various versions of transparencies and colours. This project is funded and supported by Jurong Town Corporation (JTC, Singapore) and SPRING (Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board, Singapore). The independent monitoring of this pilot will be performed by the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS). The findings from this project will help to create a base for the future energy mix for Singapore.

About JTC and SPRING:

JTC Corporation (JTC) is the lead agency in Singapore to spearhead the planning, promotion and development of a dynamic industrial landscape. SPRING Singapore is an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow and building trust in Singapore products and services.

About Heliatek:

Heliatek was spun off in 2006 from the Technical University of Dresden and the University of Ulm. The company is a leader in the field of Organic Electronics Energy holding the world record efficiency of 12%. Through both its leading edge material development and its proven capability for volume manufacturing, Heliatek is the first company to begin commercialization of large area OPV solar film. Its business model is to supply the custom-designed HeliaFilm® to partners in industries such as building and construction materials, automotive and light architectural structures. Heliatek maintains a total staff of some 75 specialists at its facilities in Dresden and Ulm, Germany. Investors in Heliatek include leading industrial and financial companies such as BASF, Bosch, Innogy Venture Capital, Wellington Partners, eCapital and Aqton SE. Research and development work, as well as the installation of production technology has been funded by the Free State of Saxony, the Federal Republic of Germany (BMBF-Projekt LOTsE (03EK3505E)) and the European Union.

For further information on Heliatek please contact:


Kathleen Walter / Heliatek GmbH / Treidlerstr. 3, 01139 Dresden
Tel: +49 351 213 034 421; kathleen.walter@heliatek.com

www.heliatek.com

HeliaFilm is a registered trademark of Heliatek GmbH About vTrium: vTrium Energy Pte. Ltd., (“vTrium”) a Singapore incorporated Company is an integrated Energy Services group with three business verticals: (1) Project Finance Advisory Services, (2) Energy Management Solutions – Demand Response, Interruptible Load, Electricity Retailing and (3) Distributed Power Generation Projects – Solar PV and CHP.

vTrium Energy is the innovator of Cleantech sustainable solutions and has established a niche market position. vTrium ́s objective is to bring the cutting edge technology solutions in the Cleantech space to Asia with Singapore as the headquarters. vTrium’s core strength is its people who are highly qualified energy industry professionals. vTrium’s goal is to become a leading integrated Energy Solutions provider for Asia.

Information about vTrium Energy Pte. Ltd. : www.vtriumenergy.com

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Date: 15 September 2015
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