What to expect from infinityPV in 2019

by Dirk Buchhauser

Integration is key to the success of printed electronics. Notably the efforts toward combining different technologies in the same thin foil have borne fruit with infinityPV’s new combination of printed solar cells and LEDs in the same thin (approx. 100 micron) foil called LILO (Light-In-Light-Out). Having a light source and a light harvester in the same package offers a wealth of opportunities in the world of application. inifnityPV will start exploring some of these in 2019 with selected commercial partners offering LILO commercially to end users.

Printed solar cells in the form of turn-key panels will also see the light of day in 2019 where fans and hobbyists of solar will be able to explore the readymade solar panels in the form of SOLO that generally encompass the solar panels, electronics and storage for stand-alone applications.

See the video where infinityPV CEO Frederik Krebs talks about what to expect from infinityPV in 2019 and demonstrates the two new pieces of technology LILO and SOLO here:

infinityPV – What to expect from infinityPV in 2019. Integration is key to the success of printed electronics. Having a light source and a light harvester in the same package offers a wealth of opportunities in the world of application. inifnityPV will start exploring some of these in 2019 with selected commercial partners offering SOLO and LILO commercially to end users.

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