Solar PV Technology

Dye Sensitised Solar

Dye Sensitised Solar

With pioneering works of Dr. Gratzel and Dr. Heeger, it has now been made possible to “recycle electrons” emitted from conventional lighting sources. This technology makes it possible to have indoor PV and use our current lighting to generate electricity.

Thin Film Solar

Thin Film Solar

Thin film photovoltaic solar panels convert sunlight to electricity like C-Si & A-Si PV panels, but they are typically thinner and more flexible. Generally, the semiconductor layers on thin film solar panels are only a few millionths of a meter thick, although the name “thin film” comes from their production process and not from thickness.

Crystalline Si Solar

Crystalline Si Solar

It is the most common type of technology used nowadays for panel manufacturing. Solar panel are made of crystalline silicon solar cells. Due to extensive research and thorough understanding of this technology, it has become one of the most widely used technology wordwide. The panels have better efficiency than others and so offer more power per unit area Rapid reduction in Silicon costs have led to huge price drops in solar PV panels and makes it cheaper and affordable.

Amorphorous Si Solar

Amorphorous Si Solar

a-Si has been used as a photovoltaic solar cell material for devices which require very little power, such as pocket calculators, because their lower performance compared to traditional c-Si solar cells is more than offset by their simplified and lower cost of deposition onto a substrate.