Bright Spot: Nanotechnology Improves The Energy Efficiency Of Solar Modules
Interesting for those who invest in the future of solar technology? Freystadt/Oberpfalz – three years research has invested J.v.G. Thoma GmbH, now, the new technology is ready for the market. Recently presented J.v.G. a special high-performance module that is extremely heat-resistant. The desert module technology”achieved a performance increase of 8 to 10 Watts per standard module power temperature the so-called high process.
The module is already manufactured in series, launch in December 2011. But what the developers of the innovator of the public now imagine, is a quantum leap: through new HPTP nanotechnology increases performance on about 20%. How it works, explains Hans Thoma, Managing Director of J.v.G Thoma: so far, not all types of radiation could enter solar modules. Thanks to its special properties, the nano coating applied by us bundles all incident radiation. So we capture the entire spectrum and exploit it for energy production.” The Whole is realized on an area of 5 x 3 cm. The prototype on a 6-inch basis is completed until the end of March.
Initial discussions are already running with investors, but the company is open to other interested parties. We are looking intensively for partners who want to shape the future with us”, explains Hans Thoma. J.v.G. Thoma GmbH, J.v.G. Thoma GmbH can look back on more than 20 years of experience. As an industry leader in the construction of turnkey solar plants the company international is active and serves customers throughout Europe, America and Asia. The range of services includes consultancy in the field of solar production, the realization of solar factories as well as the purchase and sale of solar components. Moreover, operates J.v.G. as a consultant for major customers in Europe and Japan.