- Back in December 2017, received an EU bank financing of €15m, to support the transfer of its disruptive perovskite on silicon tandem solar cell technology from lab scale to commercialisation as well.
- For the starters, Oxford PV develops and commercialises thin-film perovskite solar cells that are printed directly onto silicon solar cells, CIGS solar cells, or glass.
- Notably, Perovskite material is being used to build highly-efficient solar cells which could one day replace commercial silicon solar cells.
- Based out of Oxford, UK, Oxford PV has a research & development site in Oxford, UK and an industrial site in Brandenburg, Germany enabling the accelerated transfer of their technology to industrial scale solar cell production.
How this Britain startup is building highly-efficient solar cells to replace commercial silicon ones soon
1 April 2019 9:22 AM GMT