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 15 patents.
Thin film deposition, Semiconductor device fabrication, Chemical processes, Thermodynamics, Industrial gases
Thin film deposition, Semiconductor device fabrication, Chemical processes, Thermodynamics, Industrial gases
Latest Siva Power News
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 Bossa Nova Vision, XJet, Array Photonics, Accustrata, SpectraWatt and 7 more.
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