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All Business News - Solar & Alternative Energy

Recently posted business news on optics.org:

Pan-European team wins €5M to demo practical perovskite solar modules
Developers at EPFL, imec, Fraunhofer ISE and Saule Technologies collaborate on 'ambitious' tech transfer project.
17 April 2018
Inkjet process can print flexible touchscreens
Addressing growing printable, wearable markets, INM Leibniz Institute to show at Hannover Messe how flexible displays will become reality.
12 April 2018
Michigan engineers develop solar-powered imaging sensor
Simultaneous imaging and energy harvesting achieved in new design of "self-powering" CMOS image sensor pixels.
12 April 2018
Breakthrough bolometer keeps pace with high-speed cameras
ULIS expecting faster thermal sensors will boost demand for for machine vision apps; on show at DCS next week.
11 April 2018
Japanese researchers develop high-speed, on-chip graphene blackbody emitters
Graphene-based emitters for optical comms offer advantages over conventional semiconductor sources.
4 April 2018
Hybrid silicon solar cell hits 33.3% conversion efficiency
Fraunhofer team uses industrial wafer bonding kit to set new benchmark for a III-V/silicon multi-junction device.
4 April 2018
Osram and Continental sign JV contract
50:50 joint venture expected to begin operations in second half of 2018; sales target in "mid-triple-digit-million-euro" range.
4 April 2018
AIA Vision Show announces startup finalists
Expo, which opens on April 10th, also announces extra keynote speaker from Intel Studios; event is expecting 2500 attendees.
3 April 2018
First continuous room-temperature diamond maser developed
London researchers say "breakthrough" masers could be used more widely in medical imaging, airport scanners and more.
28 March 2018
II-VI to buy wavelength switch developer CoAdna for $85m
Complementary product portfolio for ROADMs; business to be part of II-VI’s Photonics segment.
27 March 2018