Posts Tagged ‘Heliatek’

Heliatek to Participate at the World Economic Forum

Jan 20th, 2016

Thibaud Le Séguillon, Heliatek’s CEO, will be presenting on the company’s photovoltaic film at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland this week. In previewing his presentation, Séguillon touted the product’s de-centralization of the energy industry. “It is highly disruptive to the current energy model of large, polluting, CO2 emitting electricity producers by offering clean, local […]

Heliatek’s Film Wins a Renewable Energy Design Award

Dec 9th, 2015

Is photovoltaic film the future? Dresden, Germany-based Heliatek thinks so—as do some leaders in renewable energy. At the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards ceremony in London, the company received the Renewable Energy Design Award 2015 for its organic solar film, HeliaFilm. The prize recognizes the international successes of Heliatek as a clean energy producing, film […]

Heliatek’s Film Won the Company an Impressive Award

Aug 5th, 2015

Heliatek is joining the likes of Google, Kickstarter and Dropbox as a recipient of the World Economic Forum’s “technology pioneers” award, which is presented to the world’s most innovative companies. The Dresden, Germany-based company won the award for its flexible photovoltaic (energy-producing) solar film, which is less than 1 mm thick and was commercialized in […]

Thanks to Film, This Concrete Wall Now Produces Energy

May 27th, 2015

Always ahead of the times, Europe now has its first “solar concrete wall” thanks to film. HeliaFilm, that is. The product, manufactured by Dresden, Germany-based Heliatek, was applied at the headquarters of Reckli, a manufacturer and designer of concrete walls. The wall has an installed power of 1kWp and the south-west oriented wall will supply […]

Heliatek and AGC Sign Development Agreement to Integrate Organic Solar Films

Sep 30th, 2013

Heliatek GmbH, a manufacturer of solar films, has signed a joint development agreement with AGC Glass Europe, already active in traditional building-integrated photovoltaics. The agreement is focused on researching and developing the integration of glass and solar films, targeting the delivery of integrated solutions for the glass envelope of buildings. This will enable the entire […]