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Here are the characteristics, possible applications and industrial outlets offered by 3rd generation photovoltaic with illustrations of what constitutes a breakthrough innovation in terms of renewable energies, today carried by DisaSolar, a French SME based in Limoges.

A breakthrough innovation

The 3rd generation photovoltaic (OPV) is a decisive innovation for the sustainable development. Resulting from printed electronics technologies, it no longer requires the manufacture of panels as we know them, but is limited to the deposition of coatings. of organic inks on a flexible plastic film. This innovation makes it possible to have Photovoltaic panels producing cheap, ecological and "tailor-made" energy.

This revolution is underway since DisaSolar, a French SME established in Limoges and research partner of public laboratories such as INES (CEA) and CNRS, has started its pilot line program.

Infinite applications

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Organic photovoltaic panels are opening up considerable scope for development, that will transform the objects of everyday life. And, since they're custom-made, the possible applications are almost infinite. One can imagine that, in the long term, many objects of daily life but also buildings are equipped with a solar module and therefore capable of producing electrical energy themselves, creating added value for the product and an overall benefit in terms of sustainable development.

A concrete application: A research contract between the French Armament Procurement Agency (DGA) and the French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA) (DGA) and DisaSolar plans to develop OPV modules capable of matching the shape and size of the colour of their environment (camouflage obliges) in order to ensure more autonomy for the equipment and personnel of the units in operation.

A sector of the future for French industry

Industrial production will begin by 2016. The 3rd generation photovoltaic panel is currently in the process of being developed. phase of life-size experiments. Programs of research on organic photovoltaics have been launched by companies, particularly in France. Among these companies, DisaSolar has created a remarkable model of research public-private partnership, since it coordinates a public-private innovation ecosystem that brings together public laboratories of research in France and abroad.

The industrial deployment of this technology will generate economic growth and jobs, but also at the origin of new innovative, energy-saving products. Themselves will generate new demand, acting as a catalyst for multiple innovations and in multiple fields.

DisaSolar, with its technological advance and its own patents, is well positioned to capture a portion of this market worldwide considerable.

Amazing features

The organic photovoltaic panel has major advantages that set it apart from the modules of the previous generations:

- Integrability : Organic solar cells are custom printed on plastic lms, flexible, light and strong, that it is easy to apply on multiple media. The range of colours available makes the modules compatible with products for which the aesthetic aspect is important.
- How it works :  OPV panels produce electricity even under sunlightlight or artificial lighther. Unlike the others panels, their yield rises when the temperature increases.
- Economy : Using materials 1st orgaand low energy consumption. of energy for their manufacture and produced by equipment investment, the OPV modules go quickly achieve a competitive price.
- Simplicity: The production of the modules is carried out under conditions temperature, close to the sea.and confidence.using a printer.
- Environment : The modules are formed by commonly recycled moleculeskeys and contain almost nono toxic materials. The energy return time is 12 times lower than both early generations of solar panels!

About DisaSolar :

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DisaSolar is the French specialist in flexible photovoltaics. The company markets and installs flexible "Thin films" photovoltaic panels, known as 2nd generation panels, and at the same time is leading the way in the field of photovoltaic technology. development of so-called "3rd generation" panels, or organic photovoltaics. DisaSolar is thus preparing to become one of the most important world leaders in the manufacture of organic solar panels flexible by printing, a process that it is developing in collaboration with numerous research laboratories in France and abroad. DisaSolar also relies on the technical, logistical and technical resources of human resources of its reference shareholder: the Disa Group / Megamark, specialized in non-media visual communication throughprinting of graphic solutions.

 www.disasolar.fr

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