Record 26% Efficiency in Low Light for ARMOR Solar Power Films – Printed Electronics World

ARMOR solar power films (ARMOR group) announces that in October, it achieved a record 26% efficiency in a low-light environment for the ASCA® organic photovoltaic (OPV) cell. With estimates placing the number of connected objects worldwide at 75 billion by 2025, this performance level has been posted in a context of high growth in the IoT sector, opening up multiple market opportunities. For further information see the IDTechEx report on Energy Harvesting Microwatt to Gigawatt: Opportunities 2020-2040.

Record: 26% efficiency in a low-light environment

26% efficiency in a low-light environment for an ASCA organic solar cell. This is a laboratory record announced as being achieved in October by ARMOR solar power films, thanks to the integration of new photoactive materials of the latest generation developed with its Taiwanese partner RaynergyTek, a specialist in organic semi-conductor materials for OPV. Thanks to its high sensitivity to light, the OPV film produced by the French company is therefore effective indoors and in conditions of artificial light. Combined with its low weight and semi-transparency, it is easy to imagine the array of opportunities it offers to the IoT sector.

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