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  • Supplier Profile
    Solar Frontier's CIS modules require fewer manufacturing steps, less materials, and contain no cadmium. They are setting the pace for environmental friendliness. CIS stands for the elements copper...
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    State-of-the-art nuclear instrumentation and associated components used for X-ray and gamma ray detection. It offers SDD and Si-PIN X-ray detectors for XRF analysis. CdTe and scintillation-based...
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    As an innovative manufacturer of precision optical components since 1983, Spectral Systems specializes in the production of optics for UV and IR spectral reqions. Spectral Systems has...
  • News - 7 Apr 2008
    Sunovia Energy Technologies, Inc. and EPIR Technologies, Inc. (EPIR) announce the development of new solar cell materials that Sunovia and EPIR believe will rival the most efficient multi-junction...
  • News - 25 Feb 2008
    Sunovia Energy Technologies, Inc. and EPIR Technologies, Inc. are in the process of developing the most advanced cadmium telluride (CdTe) solar cells. The top experts and leading institutions in the...
  • News - 1 Jul 2008
    After years of heady growth in the PV market led largely by crystalline silicon, thin-film technology has reached a critical mass and is poised to start taking significant market share from incumbent...
  • News - 28 Apr 2008
    Sunovia Energy Technologies, Inc. and EPIR Technologies, Inc. (EPIR) are pleased to announce the award of the second year of a three-year, Phase III SBIR contract from the US Army for developing the...
  • News - 12 Mar 2008
    Sunovia Energy Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has established a new infrared materials and systems integration division for advanced cadmium telluride (CdTe) and mercury cadmium telluride...
  • News - 15 Mar 2008
    Sunovia Energy Technologies, Inc. and EPIR Technologies, Inc. (EPIR) are pleased to announce the completion of Phase I of the expansion of the world class Electro-Optic manufacturing facilities at...
  • Article - 25 Jun 2008
    Thin-film solar cells are cheaper than traditional solar panels, such as those made of polycrystalline silicon, but the yield is lower. However, the combination of these properties is promising...