ASCA solar film for BIPV also readily available in gray
- German Armor Solar Power Films GmbH, a vendor of organic photovoltaic (OPV) items, has currently added a shade of gray to its color series of organic solar films.
This is readily available for all applications and also is intended particularly for the area of building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) to meet the need of architects and also designers, claims the firm.
The American chemical business Nano-C was involved in the advancement. In its factory in Westwood, USA, Nano-C produces building-integrated as well as building-adaptive (BIPV and BAPV) options based on ASCA film on an industrial range. Armor Group had actually currently introduced a more detailed partnership with Nano C in 2019. In a joint project, Armor and also the producer of nanostructured carbon materials for power and also electronic devices applications functioned to optimize products, ultimately leading to more affordable production of the natural photovoltaic or pv making use of roll-to-roll printing. The style of the ASCA natural photovoltaic film is totally customer-specific, especially in regards to shape and also color, states Armor.
The French Armor Group had bought the German Opvius GmbH in the fall of 2019 and also relabelled it Armor Solar Power Films GmbH. Opvius had frequently stood out with uncommon style work, including installing an energy-active façade object on a Merck KGaA building in Darmstadt, Germany, as well as formerly developing organic solar modules for the German pavilion at the Expo in Milan.
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