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About MSR Innovations

MSR Innovations develops cheaper solar panels for homes.

Headquarters Location

315 8988 Fraserton Court

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Canada

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Expert Collections containing MSR Innovations

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MSR Innovations is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Renewable Energy.

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Renewable Energy

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This collection contains upstream and downstream solar companies, as well as those who manufacture and sell products that are powered by solar technology.

MSR Innovations Patents

MSR Innovations has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

12/22/2006

6/12/2012

Photovoltaics, Solar cells, Applications of photovoltaics, Electromagnetism, Photovoltaics manufacturers

Grant

Application Date

12/22/2006

Grant Date

6/12/2012

Title

Related Topics

Photovoltaics, Solar cells, Applications of photovoltaics, Electromagnetism, Photovoltaics manufacturers

Status

Grant

MSR Innovations Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Who are MSR Innovations's competitors?

    Competitors of MSR Innovations include NEI Corporation, Ascent Solar Technologies, Better Energy, Soliant Energy, Meridian Deployment Corporation and 12 more.

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Better Energy

Better Energy develops, finances, constructs and operates utility-scale solar energy systems producing green energy to the public grid. In addition, Better Energy provides solutions for large corporations and utilities looking to source green power.

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Solar Notion

Solar Notion is a manufacturer of solar panels

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SVV Technology Innovations

SVV Technology Innovations, Inc. is a McClellan, CA based company that has received a grant(s) from the Department of Energy's SBIR/STTR program. The abstract(s) for these grant award(s) are provided as well since they provide insights into SVV Technology Innovations, Inc.'s business and areas of expertise. This project will develop and demonstrate a new approach for making inexpensive solar panels for generating electricity. It will make viable the large-scale, distributed energy production from renewables and help meet the national goals of energy independence, reduction of carbon emissions and fostering the job growth and economic progress. This project will develop and demonstrate a new approach for making inexpensive modular systems for generating electricity from sunlight. It will make viable the large-scale, distributed energy production from renewables and help meet the national goals of energy independence, reduction of carbon emissions and fostering the job growth and economic progress. This project will develop and demonstrate a new approach for making inexpensive solar panels for generating electricity. It will make viable the large-scale, distributed energy production from renewables and help meet the national goals of energy independence, reduction of carbon emissions and fostering the job growth and economic progress.

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Solar Integrated Technologies

Building designers and facility managers in all sectors face challenges today. They need to improve efficiencies, cut costs, and ensure sustainable profits. Solar Integrated's low-slope BIPV roofing products are designed to meet this challenge.n

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Isosceles

Isosceles is a company that received a STTR Phase I grant for a project entitled: Full Spectrum Conjugated Polymers for Highly Efficient Organic Photovoltaics. Their their award is funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and their project will demonstrate the feasibility of forming full spectrum highly efficient polymer solar cells from newly designed conjugated and potentially variable bandgap polymers that harvest visible through infrared light. The novel materials will be forged by incorporating Silole and donor-acceptor-donor moieties into the backbone and are expected to increase light harvesting and carrier mobility, and hence short circuit current output potentially by a factor of three over the state of the art. The key innovations of this work will also optimize energy levels to reduce voltage loss and further optimization of device structure and film morphology is expected improve fill factor. The primary objective of phase I is to determine the feasibility of forging full spectrum and high carrier mobility conjugated polymers that achieve highly efficient solar conversion. An ancillary goal of this work is arrive at an understanding of photophysical processes and device physics that will lead to optimal device fabrication during phase II. The environmental, societal and economic impacts of this technology are enormously broad. The ensuing abrupt drop in energy costs stemming from full spectrum harvesting promises to deliver stability and urgently needed relief to today's volatile oil based global economy. While photovoltaic (PV) production is already the fastest growing source of energy across the globe, the planned efforts of this STTR project are expected to disruptively reduce the projected cost of photovoltaic production in 2010 by a factor of 3. At a forecasted production cost of $0.70 per Watt, this research will demonstrate a technology that is competitive with the cost of electricity that is produced from fossil fuels. This technology will provide clean and cost competitive energy for home and industrial power, vehicle propulsion, consumer electronics, remote sensing, security, and an endless list of existing applications that currently rely on energy from fossil fuel.

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Sonobond Ultrasonics

Sonobond Ultrasonics' technology is playing a key role in the manufacture of the solar cells that make up solar panels. Sonobond's MS-5010PV Ultrasonic Photovoltaic (PV) Modular System is used to weld aluminum foil to the metallized glass on photovoltaic cells. Ultrasonic welding produces an ultra-reliable, solid-state metallurgical bond through the application of mechanical vibratory energy under pressure. The resulting interconnects between the photovoltaic cells create an array with excellent conductivity

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