Solarcoating Machinery Receives Orders for Plant and Coater

Dormagen, Germany [] Solarcoating Machinery GmbH (SCM) received its first order on a 25 megawatt (MW) full-scale factory for dye sensitive solar cells (DSSC) including the production of 25 MW of flexible modules per year from G24innovations ltd. from England. The 25 MW solution is based on a Konarka license. The plant will be in operation in first quarter of 2007 and will scale up to 200 MW over time. G24innovations also placed an order with SCM for a 5 MW “click & coat” pilotcoater for DSSC, which is considered a breakthrough in lowering the costs of R&D in flexible solar and shortening development times by Thomas Kolbusch ,the managing director of SCM. Contact Sarah Pentzien (, Benzstrasse 14, D-41540 Dormagen, Germany.
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