David Savastano, Editor09.12.12
A Limoges, France-based leader in the field of offset and screenprinting, Disatech has developed a well-deserved reputation for R&D and customer service. When the company is asked by a client if it can take on a tough project, Disatech figures out a way to accomplish the job.
Naturally, when an important client asked Disatech if it thought it could produce printed flexible solar cells, the printer decided to give it a try. As a result, DisaSolar, Disatech’s organic photovoltaic (OPV) subsidiary came into being, and the company has been successfully developing and manufacturing OPV cells ever since.
“In 2008, one of our major clients asked us if we had the ability to manufacture flexible solar cells for the tops of trains,” said Stephane Poughon, DisaSolar CEO. “We didn’t know anything about photovoltaics, but when a client asks you if you can do something, you’d better say yes. Within two years, we were able to do this.
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