24 Apr 2015
Leaders of Printed Electronics in France Showcase Solutions
The 11th Printed Electronics Europe event on April 28-29 at the Estrel Convention Center in Berlin will feature approximately 150 exhibiting companies from around the world. In this article we showcase some of the French companies that will be part of the event.
23 Apr 2015
Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2015
28-29 April, Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany. In less than one week, the seventh annual IDTechEx event will provide valuable insight into energy harvesting technologies and their applications.
25 Feb 2015
World's first polychrome organic solar module by DisaSolar
DisaSolar, French SME, specialist in custom made solar modules, has successfully demonstrated the world's first polychrome photovoltaic module.
7 Oct 2014
Member of the technical consortium led by Armor. Their role : Architecture and module assessment
8 May 2013
Reducing ecological footprint of OPV production
Solliance - a cross-border research initiative on thin film photovoltaics by ECN, Holst Centre, imec, TNO, TU Eindhoven and FZ Jülich - has achieved a world first with a new inkjet printing process for manufacturing environmentally friendly OPV cells that deliver benchmark efficiency.
15 Jan 2013
Pilot production line for the fabrication of tailor made thin-film PV
The inkjet OPV project aims at establishing an inkjet printing production line for the manufacturing of tailor-made organic PV modules.
6 Dec 2012
Flexible PV: growing more than three-fold in the next 5 years
Although it is often the case that flexible solar panels are assumed to be related to organic photovoltaic technologies, that is not always the case.
20 Nov 2012
SME awarded for its innovations for future transportation systems
Disasolar, a French SME based in Limoges specialized in thin-film photovoltaics has received the innovative enterprise award.
12 Jul 2012
DisaSolar announces R&D contract with the French Ministry of Defence
DisaSolar, a high technology French company from Limoges, announces the signing of a 3-year research contract to design bio-mimetic solar panels for military purposes.