Printed PV: Nanosolar unveils 640MW utilityscale panel fab, high-efficiency CIGS cell production

Published: November 1, 2009

By Tom Cheyney

After staying relatively quiet for much of the past year, thin-film PV manufacturer Nanosolar came out with a full docket of announcements on 9/9/09: the completion of its major panel-assembly factory near Berlin; the start of serial rollto-roll production of its flexible copperindium-gallium-(di)selenide cells in the company’s San Jose facility; $4.1 billion in panel purchases from customers – including some of the world’s largest utility companies; NREL-verified cell efficiencies up to 16.4%; and new technical details of both its printed CIGS cell technology and utility-scale panels.

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