News No. 73

Follow the links below for valuable information on making eco-friendly and affordable housing components, developed in co-operation with Molinelli Architects. Lessons Learned Creating the First Compressed Earth Brick Building in Westchester County, NY. (http://www.solartecticllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Lessons-Learned-Creating-the-First-Compressed-Earth-Brick-Building-in-Westchester-County-NY.pdf) Solar Tectic Concrete Floor and Roof Ceiling System  without Steel Reinforcing  Development Notes. (http://www.solartecticllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Solar-Tectic-Concrete-Floor-and-Roof-Ceiling-System-without-Steel-Reinforcing-Development-Notes.pdf) Method of Making Housing Components. (http://www.solartecticllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Method-of-Making-Housing-Components.pdf) Concrete Floor and Ceiling System Without Steel Reinforcing. (http://www.solartecticllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Concrete-Floor-and-Ceiling-System-Without-Steel-Reinforcing..pdf)

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News No. 71

ST is excited to learn that Brown University’s Padture group has demonstrated stable perovskite material patented by ST.  See their paper in the link (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-07951-y) and the ST patent [http://www.solartecticllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Germanium-perovskite-patent-publication.pdf] with the same material system.

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News No.70

Solar-Tectic LLC granted breakthrough CZTS thin film tandem solar cell patent, more information available through PR Newswire. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/solar-tectic-llc-granted-breakthrough-czts-thin-film-tandem-solar-cell-patent-300754504.html?tc=eml_cleartimePRNewswire – Solar-Tectic LLC granted breakthrough CZTS thin film tandem solar cell patent

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News No. 58

Solar-Tectic is pleased to report that recent work at Binghamton University has been reported on by Silicon Semiconductor magazine.  More information can be found at Silicon Semiconductor through the following link: Solar-Tectic Improves Production Process For Next-generation Displays

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News No.14

Solar-Tectic LLC is pleased to report that ‘Textured (111) crystalline silicon thin film growth on flexible glass by e-beam evaporation’ has been accepted for publication by Materials Letters. The paper is available for viewing at Science Direct.  MIT’s recent report, “the future of solar”, says the following: “Like commercial thin-film technologies, thin-film c-Si PV uses 10-50 times less […]

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