About Siva Power
Siva Power, fka Solexant, is developing third generation thin film PV technologies which increase solar cell efficiency, enabling the commercialization of low-cost solar modules. Using printable nano-material technologies, Solexant's flexible solar cells harvest energy from the entire solar spectrum.
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Siva Power Patents
Siva Power has filed 1 patent.
Thin film deposition, Semiconductor device fabrication, Chemical processes, Thermodynamics, Industrial gases
Thin film deposition, Semiconductor device fabrication, Chemical processes, Thermodynamics, Industrial gases
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Mar 2, 2020
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Siva Power Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Siva Power founded?
Siva Power was founded in 2006.
Where is Siva Power's headquarters?
Siva Power's headquarters is located at 5102 Calle Del Sol, Santa Clara.
What is Siva Power's latest funding round?
Siva Power's latest funding round is Series E.
How much did Siva Power raise?
Siva Power raised a total of $140.87M.
Who are the investors of Siva Power?
Investors of Siva Power include Jonathan Sheets, Jim Simons, Mark Heising, DBL Partners, Medley Partners and 11 more.
Who are Siva Power's competitors?
Competitors of Siva Power include XJet, Array Photonics, Accustrata, SpectraWatt, Jem Enterprises and 13 more.
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Telio Solar Technologies, Inc. is a company focusing on development & manufacturing of CIGS Thin Film Solar Cells. The company's goal is to produce the most cost effective manufacturing technology for CIGS solar modules in large scale and achieve one of the highest CIGS cell efficiency and yield in the industry. The company believe the company can accelerate the advancement of CIGS technology and its successful commercialization. CIGS is prospected to be the solar cell technology with the advantages of high energy conversion efficiency, production throughputs and cost-effective production and Telio Solar intends to fully optimize these advantages to bring mass production to the market.
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Alenas Imaging is a company that received a STTR Phase I grant for a project entitled: Thermoreflectance for Defect Mapping and Process-Control of Solar Cells. Their project will demonstrate a new method of thermographic imaging to improve the manufacturing yield and energy conversion efficiency of silicon photovoltaic solar cells. Although thermographic imaging is an ideal method for locating the defects and shunts in solar cells which compromise their efficiency, conventional infrared cameras do not have sufficient spatial resolution to be effective as a production tool for NDE (Non-Destructive Evaluation). The proposed technology will produce 100X higher spatial resolution with 1 mK thermal resolution at much lower system cost than infrared cameras. project will demonstrate a new method of thermographic imaging to improve the manufacturing yield and energy conversion efficiency of silicon photovoltaic solar cells. Although thermographic imaging is an ideal method for locating the defects and shunts in solar cells which compromise their efficiency, conventional infrared cameras do not have sufficient spatial resolution to be effective as a production tool for NDE (Non-Destructive Evaluation). The proposed technology will produce 100X higher spatial resolution with 1 mK thermal resolution at much lower system cost than infrared cameras.
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