Singulus joins CIGS machinery market

Date: 17 October 2011
German solar machinery supplier Singulus has entered the to supply the growing thin-film market with a new Copper-Indium-Selenium and Gallium and Sulphur (CIGS) thin-film solar cell processing system.

A diagram of CIGS.

Singulus, in announcing its new system, claims to have already received its first order for its system. It uses a vertical vacuum-based coating of the glass substrates, which SINGULUS claims is an advantage.

Stefan Rinck, CEO of Singulus Technologies AG issued a statement announcing the new CIGS process on offer: "We are now in a stronger position as a partner of thin-film solar manufacturers. Our ideas and product solutions pave the way for using and developing processes that help significantly reduce the production costs of thin-film modules per watt-peak."

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