News No. 45

Solar-Tectic LLC is pleased to announce that it has been selected for a grant from the “Strategic Partnership for Industrial Resurgence (SPIR)” administered through the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Binghamton University. SPIR was established by the State of New York to provide intensive high technology expertise, resources and facilities to revitalize and redirect […]

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News No. 44

Solar-Tectic LLC is pleased to announce that a patent for sapphire glass was allowed today by the US Patent Office.  Patent 14/663,067 titled “Methods of Making Ceramic Glass” has recently been reduced to practice by ST and Blue Wave Semiconductors, Inc., and was recently reported on in the media, and in a ST press release.

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News No. 43

Solar-Tectic LLC is pleased to announce that a product patent for one of its core technologies (US 13/929,085) has been allowed today by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  Having allowed product claims, in addition to method claims, means that ST is more prepared than ever from a commercial perspective to begin manufacturing.

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News No. 41

Solar-Tectic LLC is very pleased to announce that the breakthrough patent titled “Tin Perovskite/Silicon Thin-Film Tandem Solar Cell” has been allowed by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today.  This patent is for a game-changing technology in photovoltaics with the potential for very high efficiency solar cells.  A press release is forthcoming.

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News No. 39

Solar-Tectic LLC is pleased to announce a breakthrough in its sapphire glass product, confirmed by Columbia University.  A MOHS 8 was achieved on ordinary soda-lime glass.  Solar-Tectic is now taking orders for this glass, for testing purposes.  More details to come soon.

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News No. 38

Solar-Tectic LLC is pleased to announce that its patent for a germanium perovskite thin-film tandem solar cell has been allowed by the US Patent Office.  Patent 15/205,418 titled “Method of Making A Tandem Solar Cell Having A Germanium Perovskite/Germanium Thin-Film” is for highly efficient and inexpensive solar cells, replacing the current silicon wafer technology that […]

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News No. 37

Solar-Tectic LLC formally received the 2016 Frost & Sullivan best practice award for technology innovation today in La Jollla, San Diego. This prestigious award was given for Solar-Tectic’s innovative technology, including high efficiency tandem thin-film solar cell design. Additional information can be found at Frost & Sullivan’s website.

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