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 Konarka Announces First-Ever Demonstration of Inkjet Printed Solar Cells

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Date posted: 05/03/2008

Konarka Technologies has announced the company conducted the first-ever demonstration of manufacturing organic solar cells by efficient inkjet printing.

The demonstration confirms that organic solar cells can be processed with printing technologies with little or no loss compared to ?clean room? semiconductor technologies such as spin coating. The most popular printing tool for organic electronics, inkjet printing could become a smart tool to manufacturer solar cells with multiple colors and patterns for lower power requirement products, like indoor or sensor applications.


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