StageSeries A | Alive
Last Raised$10.2M | 16 yrs ago
About SV Solar
Description from the homepage/welcome section: Silicon Valley Solar is a manufacturer of flat plate, internal concentrator solar modules. These modules utilize less than half the number of solar cells when compare to traditional solar modules while producing the same or even higher output. Considering the solar cells account for up to 75% of the total module cost, SV Solar's Sol-X technology aims to provide a competitive advantage within the solar industry.
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SV Solar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was SV Solar founded?
SV Solar was founded in 2006.
Where is SV Solar's headquarters?
SV Solar's headquarters is located at 2985 Kifer Road, Santa Clara.
What is SV Solar's latest funding round?
SV Solar's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did SV Solar raise?
SV Solar raised a total of $10.2M.
Who are the investors of SV Solar?
Investors of SV Solar include Bessemer Venture Partners.
Who are SV Solar's competitors?
Competitors of SV Solar include Solaria, Trina Solar, Xantrex Technology, SoloPower, EPV Solar and 12 more.
Compare SV Solar to Competitors
Xunlight Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets lightweight and flexible photovoltaic modules that convert sunlight into electricity.
Suntech Power has been producing solar cells, modules, and systems since August 2002, and has been profitable since 2003. The company says its solar photovoltaic wafers are thinner, which leads to more efficient solar cells at lower production costs.
Senergen Devices is building solar cells utilizing a process that aims to alter the economics of producing electricity from solar energy without sacrificing the proven reliability of silicon.
Citizenre is developing renewable energy infrastructure. Through project development and strategic alliances, Citizenre is aiming to be a photovoltaic manufacturer, a photovoltaic system installer, and an owner/operator of PV generating assets.
THINKFLEX SOLAR combines the most advantageous characteristic of the two current photovoltaic technologies. The company's modules provide the efficiency of silicon cells and the flexibility of thin film systems through the company's technology and assembly methods. The results are high power output, long lifetime and reliable modules. To simplify installation and transportation these products can be customized in size and shape. The company's products are light weight with favourable aesthetics that are easily adaptable to enhance the creation of new and green designs.
Anaxtal Silicon is Anaxtal Silicon has developed the "Witter Green Cycle" for manufacturing a grade of silicon specifically tailored for the solar photovoltaic wafer and module manufacturers at a low cost.
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