Nanotechnology Products, Applications & Instruments
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Magnolia Solar is seeking to commercialize its nanotechnology-based, high efficiency, thin film technology that can be deposited on glass and other flexible structures. This technology has the ability to capture a larger part of the solar spectrum to produce high efficiency solar cells, and incorporates a unique nanostructure-based antireflection coating technology to further increase the solar cell's efficiency, thereby reducing the cost per watt.
NanoDynamics Energy is developing portable solid oxide fuel cell systems that provide long lasting power in less volume and at a lighter weight than batteries or other fuel cell approaches.
A development-stage technology company creating photolytic, photovoltaic, and photocatalytic products arising from its technology platform, in which nano-structured plastic templates cause high local stresses in applied thin film semiconductors, thereby shifting their bandgap for more efficient solar absorption.
Nanosolar's component nanoengineering capabilities are focused on certain optoelectronically relevant materials and include semiconductor quantum dots and nanoparticles as well as nanotemplates with precise three-dimensional order.
Natcore Technology is the exclusive licensee, from Rice University, of a thin-film growth technology enabling room-temperature growth of various silicon oxides on silicon wafers in a liquid phase deposition (LPD) process. Although the implications of this discovery for semiconductors and fiber optics are significant and wide-ranging, the technology has immediate and compelling applications in the solar sector.
The company is developing new solutions that improve energy conversion, storage, transport and efficiency by using carbon as the material of choice.
Nexeon has patented a unique way of structuring silicon so that it delivers extended cycle life and significantly increases battery capacity. In contrast to carbon, Nexeon's silicon anode materials have a much higher capacity for lithium and as a result are capable of almost ten times the gravimetre capacity per gram (mAh/g).
The company designs and manufactures battery technologies, battery products, ecological remedial systems, emulsion creating clean burning processes, and solar power generators and storage systems.
Panisolar offers advanced technologies for the energy storage market.
Develops electrochromic windows and dye solar cells. The company uses nanocomposite materials and advanced technologies based on printing and roll-to-roll processing techniques.
Planar Energy Devices is a venture backed technology company that designs and manufactures high energy density "solid state" thin-film and large format batteries for commercial and OEM applications.
PLANSEE is the leading manufacturer of planar and rotary targets for thin film solar cells (CIS, CIGS, CdTe). Important functional layers are manufactured from these targets into the solar cells.
Using patented polymer nanotechnology, PolyBrite has created a light bulb that will last for 50,000 hours and save consumers up to 90 percent in energy costs.
The company manufactures nanowire batteries.
PureLux is a spin-out from the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University focused on commercializing next generation light sources that are 10 times more efficient than incandescents and 3 times more efficient than fluorescents.
The company's product portfolio ranges from solar cells, crystalline and thin film solar modules to turnkey photovoltaic systems.
Roth & Rau AG is by market share one of the world's leading suppliers of plasma process systems for the photovoltaics industry. The company also supplies components and process systems based on plasma and ion beam technology for other sectors.
The company develops a new class of high-energy rechargeable lithium-ion batteries based on a nanostructured polymer electrolyte initially developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Sila Nanotechnologies Inc. was founded in 2011 by a team of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs in collaboration with the Georgia Institute of Technology to revolutionize portable energy storage. They plan to create batteries that are lighter, smaller, and cheaper than today's state of the art lithium-ion technology.
The company develops superior anode technology for next-generation lithium-ion batteries. The technology utilizes a composite material of silicon nano-particles and graphene in a layered structure.
The company's thin-film photovoltaic solar panels, using copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS), combine innovations in equipment, materials and process to achieve high efficiency at unprecedented scale.
Skeleton Technologies is a manufacturer and developer of high energy and power density ultracapacitors. The company's energy storage technology is based on patented SkeletonC material, a highly nanoporous carbon, which is uniquely produced and optimized in-house.
Sol Voltaics AB is a venture-backed, development-stage nanotechnology company focused on development and commercialisation of a method of producing portable, semi-conductor nanowire-based high-efficiency solar cells using a low-cost, very high volume production method based on guided self-assembly of nanowires in the gas phase.
Solar Botanic will introduce artificial trees that make use of renewable energy from the sun and wind, they are an efficient clean and environmentally sound means of collecting solar radiation and wind energy.
Develops and commercializes core-shell nanostructures and nanomaterials for solar cell applications.