Disasolar strengthens R&D through partnership with Holst Centre / Solliance Research Centre

Disasolar is focused on an ambitious research program to develop organic photovoltaic devices using ink jet printing techniques

25 June 2012

DisaSolar has announced its partnership with the Holst Centre in the Netherlands. Since 2009 DisaSolar has focused on an ambitious research program to develop organic photovoltaic devices using ink jet printing techniques in order to accelerate the industrial manufacturing process of OPV.

DisaSolar works with a number of French, European and international research centres such as the French public research centres CEA/INES and CNRS/XLIM, and Canada’s Queens University.

DisaSolar’s CEO Stéphane Poughon said, “The R&D network is at the core of our company. Our recent partnership with the Netherlands’ prestigious Holst Center is a substantial asset to our network. We now work in conjunction with four research centers whose expertise and combined strength will provide the means to achieve our goal: becoming the number 1 leader in 3rd generation photovoltaics."

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About DisaSolar:

DisaSolar is France’s flexible photovoltaic specialist. The company commercializes and installs “Thin films”, “2nd generation” flexible photovoltaic panels, and meanwhile works on developing “3rd generation” panels or organic photovoltaics. DisaSolar aims to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of flexible organic solar panels using printing techniques developed in conjunction with numerous French and international research centers, as well as with Ceradrop, the manufacturer of ink jet printers suited to deposit the components. Furthermore, DisaSolar relies on the Disa/Megamark group, which specializes in visual communication using graphic printing solutions, for its technical, logistic and human resources. DisaSolar’s is based in Limoges, France.

 

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