Technology for more powerful, more affordable solar

Our low-cost, highly efficient solar photovoltaic technology integrates with standard silicon solar cells to dramatically improve their performance. Built into solar panels, our tandem solar cells deliver more power per square metre – critical for enabling more affordable clean energy, accelerating the adoption of solar, and addressing the climate crisis.

Our solar cell factory in Brandenburg an der Havel

Step inside our integrated production facility in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. The site houses the world's first volume manufacturing line for perovskite-on-silicon tandem solar cells. 

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Volume manufacturing
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We are looking for the bright and ambitious to help us develop our innovative world changing technology. Join our dynamic team revolutionising the solar industry.

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Awards and recognition

We are proud to have been recognised for our innovative solar technology by a number of renowned organisations.

2024 Global Cleantech 100, The Cleantech Group
Innovative Technology, EI Awards 2022 by the Energy Institute
E&T Innovation Awards, The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
2022 Global Cleantech 100, The Cleantech Group
2020 Global Cleantech 100, The Cleantech Group
Top 50 most innovative companies of 2017, German edition of the MIT Technology Review
Investors and partners

With nearly $150 million in funding, we are proud to partner with a range of leaders in the strategic and venture capital investor communities. Our partners recognise the opportunity our perovskite-on-silicon tandem solar cell technology has to revolutionise the global solar market. 

European Investment Bank
Oxford University Innovation
Legal & General
Equinor formally Statoil