By using new semiconductor materials, organic solar cell expert ASCA has increased the efficiency of its modules by 40 percent. The new components are supplied by Taiwanese company Raynergy Tek.
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The Swiss manufacturer ROOMZ has integrated ASCA®´s organic photovoltaic modules to upgrade their wireless meeting-room management devices and power them with light. The “ROOMZ Display” solutions efficiently manage and optimize the use of workspaces. As a start of the campaign, customers who already operate ROOMZ Displays can now purchase the “Solar Kit” with the ASCA® solution to be integrated and to replace batteries and thus save maintenance and operational costs. While a battery set typically lasts for approximately 24 months, no replacement is needed when the Solar Kit is used. The new retrofit solution is now commercially available worldwide.
The expert for solar-electric heat generation my-PV has opened its new headquarters after a construction period of only seven months. In its new building in Neuzeug, the Austrian manufacturer is pursuing its “cables instead of pipes” concept and setting standards in solar-electric heat supply.
The ASCA® solar films can be used in a wide range of applications
from individual small projects to facades in commercial housing construction. In the community of Löchgau in Germany the company has designed, conceived and implemented a solar tree for the construction company STRENGER Bauen und Wohnen.
Our client Statkraft is planning to build a wind farm in the community of Wesertal in Hesse, Germany in 2025. In September, we organized and managed the second public information event for the company. Due to corona we ran the first event in April online, but this time we could organize it in person and Statkraft could talk to interested citizens on location. We are pleased that everything went so smoothly!
The Netherlands Pavilion for the World Expo 2020 in Dubai has opened its doors on the 1st of October. From now on and onwards for six months, guests from all around the world can visit the unique installation in the Sustainability District. Solar designer Marjan van Aubel Studio created the pavilion’s colourful solar-paneled roof whose skylights are made of transparent organic photovoltaic cells (OPV) from ASCA.
SunBrush® mobil – the world market leader for solar cleaning machines – has put three TrackFlex cleaning systems into operation in Uzbekistan for the first time. The local project management company Nur Navoi Solar Foreign Enterprise LLC is using the systems to clean the 100-megawatt Navoi Solar Power Project solar farm southwest of the city of Navoi. “Thanks to the cleaning equipment from SunBrush® mobil, we have found a gentle and efficient way to clean the solar park,” says LIU Meng from solar park installer and EPC supplier SEPCOIII.
With immediate effect, solar park operators and operation and maintenance companies from South Africa and Namibia can purchase SunBrush® mobil cleaning equipment made in Lachen, Germany, with the matching loader vehicles from AVANT. For this purpose, the expert for solar cleaning equipment has opened a joint service and sales location in Western Cape with the South African AVANT-sales partner AVANT SA.
The time has come: After almost two years without trade fairs, we are looking forward to the latest trends and technologies, exciting products and discussions with our customers, partners and journalists at The smarter E Europe. Meet us at Europe’s largest platform for the energy sector on October 6 and 7 in Munich!
ARMOR solar power films GmbH from Kitzingen (Germany), known under the brand name ASCA®, has developed a new technology that allows organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells to be integrated quickly, easily and flexibly into any glass format and facade. Flat glass processor BGT Bischoff Glastechnik GmbH is now offering the transparent, energy-generating glass modules to the global construction industry. In addition to manufacturing the OPV components, ARMOR ASCA also plans the system integration, from cable routing and connection technology to the inverter. The solar power is fed into the public grid or consumed directly.