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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