What makes Saule perovskite solar cells unique?
The inkjet printing technique allows the design of free form perovskite solar modules.
Perovskite cells are resistant to damage caused by bending and folding.
Almost the complete range of semi-transparency is obtainable.
The thickness of a solar cell is thinner than a human hair.
The weight of the solar cell is very low due to technology applied.
The product may be engineered to a range of available colors with relative ease.
Artificial / low light operation
Due to the unique feature of the perovskite material, the solar cells generate power even when illuminated by weak light sources. It allows the operation in cloudy conditions, low incident angles, and even in artificial light. It provides a more reliable power production and allows implementation in areas where traditional solar cells are not viable.
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