Organic Photovoltaics (OPV) isn’t just a technology of the 3rd generation of PV - it is also a WOW technology with unique features, offering unlimited freedom of design.

OPV is...


Multifold integration possibilities can be explored, whether inlay in glass, lamination on different materials or direct integration in products.


From the outer to the inner values: Different unique shapes and looks according to your design match electric customization.


Offering increased production efficiency by low energy consumption during production and short energetic payback time combined with low to no use of rare materials. Further our OPV is proven to be sustainable in terms of carbon footprint as well as end-of-life treatments.


Solar Art: SL1 Garden Lamp


The photovoltaic active base material manufactured by BELECTRIC OVP under the name 'Solarte' is characterized by freedom of design, shape, and material. It is ideally suited for simple integration into applications and products.

In the printed OPV modules, energy is generated by organic carbon-based semiconductors under the influence of light. The solar panels are manufactured according to a cost-efficient printing procedure.


The flexible photovoltaics of the ‘Solarte’ series present completely new possibilities for the integration of energetically active components into architecture and product design.

The range of application options could not be more diverse: The spectrum ranges from energy production for lighting objects, transparent and colored accessories for sport, leisure, and fashion, through to attractive PV surfaces to match the design, or inlays for product integration into all kinds of mobile and stationary applications. Furthermore, the new range also includes products that focus on the architecture sector and offer unprecedented possibilities for energy harvesting in façade design and urban furnishings.

Alongside the new 'Solarte' range, BELECTRIC OPV is also further developing the 'Power Plastic' product line, which is primarily aimed at large-scale industrial applications. 


Merck and BELECTRIC OPV Presents Organic Photovoltaic Materials at EXPO 2015 in Milan

by Solarte

Darmstadt, Germany, May 07, 2015: The German Pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan has integrated a new solar cell technology into architecture: flexible organic photovoltaics (OPV). With its innovative materials, Merck is providing the key active component of the so-called solar trees that feature this new technology. Visitors to the World Expo, which opened in May, can experience the energy-efficient modules that have been integrated into stylized trees. The futuristic plants are a central design element of the German Pavilion. They symbolize idea seedlings, thus embodying the pavilion’s name "Fields of Ideas". Germany is presenting itself as a vital, fertile landscape filled with ideas to nourish the future. The power-generating OPV modules in the solar trees are produced with printable formulations of modern high-performance polymers that Merck offers under the lisicon® brand name. The blue color of the hexagonal OPV modules comes from Merck materials. They convert the incident light into charge carriers that can be collected in order to generate electricity. The integrated OPV system is being realized by a network of partners: the Organic Photovoltaic Technology Consortium (ARGE OPV) – consisting of the companies Belectric OPV, Carl Stahl, Hager SE as well as U.I. Lapp, Merck, and Schmidhuber – with support from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.Brian Daniels, Head of the Advanced Technologies business unit at Merck, is delighted by the attention the future technology has attracted in Milan: “Organic photovoltaics is one of our key growth platforms, in which we develop innovative materials for the cost-effective production of flexible, printed solar panels. These panels are not only efficient and long-lived, but also beautiful for architectural applications. The solar trees at the Expo in Milan are a great example of how these features inspire architects for smart buildings with energizing facades. OPV has the potential to change modern city life. With OPV we can attach single solar-farms to each building so that the countryside can be used to producing food or remain beautifully natural. This ties in perfectly with the theme of the Expo, which is ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’”. 

New solar cell technology offers many impressive advantages 

Organic photovoltaic films have several advantages over conventional silicon cells. Photoactive organic materials are printed in extremely thin layers on transparent plastic film. The patented special inks used in printing consist of formulated blends of materials which after coating create electricity when exposed to light. This technology allows lightweight and flexible semi-transparent modules. As a result, they can be used on all kinds of surfaces. In Germany alone, it is estimated that around 2 to 3 billion square meters of façades and roofs could be equipped with these types of solar panels. A further key advantage is that the modules generate relatively constant output, for instance even if it is cloudy or artificial light is being used. In addition, they can be produced in different colors and thus adapted to the surroundings. This is a property that creates new possibilities, particularly for building design. The cost-effective production of the OPV modules is also advantageous. Since these polymer materials can be processed as liquid solutions, they are suitable for multiple printing processes: spin coating, ink-jet printing or roll-to-roll processing such as gravure and flexographic printing. In contrast to many other polymers for OPV, the materials from Merck can be coated from non-halogenated solvents without any detriment to performance. This minimizes the environmental impact during production and thus corresponds entirely to the concept of green energy generation. 

Under the motto “Energizing SurFaces Power Modern Life” the partners of the Organic Photovoltaic Technology Consortium (ARGE OPV) will held an exclusive event with experts from the OPV scene. It will take place at the German Pavilion on June 8, 2015 in Milan. As a key-note speaker Lennart Wiechell from SCHMIDHUBER, the architect of the German Pavilion, will share his insights and vision about energizing potentials of the OPV technology in modern and sustainable architecture. 

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Schmidhuber and BELECTRIC OPV bring energy into the German pavilion

by Solarte

Organic photovoltaic modules in the German pavilion at the EXPO Milano 2015

Nuremberg - for the German pavilion at the 2015 world exhibition in Milan, new ground is being broken with the integration of photovoltaics in architecture. This is the first major international architecture project in which the new products on the basis of organic photovoltaic technology (OPV) are being used. In contrast with conventional solar modules, the flexible film-integrated OPV modules from BELECTRIC OPV GmbH can be integrated in the innovative design of the ARGE German pavilion (Schmidhuber, Milla & Partner and Nüssli) without any problem.

"Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life" is the topic of the EXPO 2015, which is taking place in Milan from May until October 2015. With the motto of "Fields of Ideas" Germany will be attending the event as a lively, fruitful "landscape" which is full of ideas for the nutrition of the future. The key design element of the pavilion are the stylized plants which are supposed to "germinate ideas", and grow from the floor of the exhibition to create a roof of foliage. The organic and flowing language of design, the economical use of resources and space, the lean technologies and intelligent constructions will all come together in the pavilion.

The energy-generating solar trees will be designed with the help of BELECTRIC OPV modules. "Organic photovoltaics are opening up brand new possibilities in the field of architecture. They match with the specifications of the architects and designers - and not the other way around," explains Hermann Issa, Director of Business Development & Sales at BELECTRIC OPV and Project Manager for the use of OPV in the German pavilion.

"The solar trees connect the interior and exterior space, the architecture and exhibition, and also provide shade during the sunny months of the EXPO.We weren't only able to use an existing technology here, we were also able to configure everything, through to the visual appearance of the modules, and link it in with the overall design," explains Lennart Wiechell, Head Architect and Managing Partner at Schmidhuber.  "The OPV modules also contribute to reducing the external use of energy in the area of the building and therefore to saving resources."

"In order to realize the OPV based system for the German pavilion, a highly qualified network of partners has been created which will manage the individual topics according to the appropriate skills," explains Dr. Ralph Pätzold, CEO of BELECTRIC OPV. "As the project-leading company, together with Carl Stahl GmbH, U.I. Lapp GmbH, Merck KGaA and with the support of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research, we are developing the integrated OPV system for the German pavilion in Milan, which organically slots into the Schmidhuber architectural concept."  This new product will thus be presented to an international audience during the EXPO as the ideal platform. 

The project also demonstrates the considerable potential of organic photovoltaics in the area of building integration. Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is one of the biggest potential growth markets for photovoltaics. As shown in a study by the specialist group for photovoltaics of the German Federal Association Bundesverband Bausysteme e.V., in Germany alone, 3,000 km2 of space is available on buildings which could be equipped with BIPV. The space available on building shells is currently therefore more than enough to cover the electricity volume intended in the energy mix with BIPV.

Sustainable Cooperation

by Solarte

DAW SE integrates organic photovoltaics from BELECTRIC OPV into its construction products

Nuremberg/Ober-Ramstadt, Germany: Photovoltaics specialist BELECTRIC OPV and construction paint and insulation system manufacturer DAW SE (Deutsche Amphibolin-Werke) have joined forces to work on the integration of cutting-edge organic photovoltaics (OPV) into different construction product-lines and their respective components. The department of Architecture, division Design and Energy-Efficient Construction, at the Technical University of Darmstadt, headed by Prof. Manfred Hegger, is advising the cooperation partners on issues relating to construction technology and design. The aim of the cooperation is to develop finished construction elements capable of generating electricity, thereby breaking new ground in the field of building-integrated photovoltaics. The development of these new elements will enable photovoltaics to be incorporated into construction projects without increasing complexity or workload and a uniform appearance may be created throughout the architecture. Moreover, the photovoltaic construction elements deliver greater functionality that would otherwise need to be provided by additional conventional construction parts.

The integration of photovoltaic components in buildings represents a step into the future, and the demand among system providers is correspondingly high. Accordingly the cooperation between DAW and BELECTRIC OPV is built upon this high level of interest. The organic photovoltaic components are integrated directly into the facade insulation systems produced by DAW,representing a further cornerstone in DAW's long-term sustainability strategy. In May 2012, DAW won the "Hidden Champion" SME prize awarded by German broadcaster n-tv in the Sustainability category.

"DAW has set itself the objective of assuming a pioneering role in the field of sustainability. The construction industry in particular offers a huge amount of potential through the use of energy-efficient product systems. As a result, this cooperation represents the ideal match for our longstanding, eco-conscious corporate philosophy," explains Dr. Helmut Plum, member of the DAW Executive Board responsible for R&D and Purchasing. BELECTRIC, the global market leader in the development and construction of ground-mounted solar power plants and roof-mounted photovoltaic systems, has continued its research and development work into organic solar panels under the name BELECTRIC OPV since October 2012. Alongside the new 'Solarte' range, the company is continuing to develop its 'Power Plastic' product line, which is primarily aimed at large-scale industrial applications.

"To date, solar power generated from buildings has been produced almost exclusively by roof-mounted systems. Generating solar energy via finished construction elements forming part of the building shell represents the next key step. BELECTRIC OPV has the technical know-how to provide the specially modified OPV components for the project. Our 'Solarte' line is the ideal product to integrate into high-quality construction products such as those produced by DAW. These products allow users to make an active contribution towards protecting the environment and also use the electrical energy generated by the photovoltaic systems," adds Dr. Ralph Pätzold, CEO of BELECTRIC OPV GmbH.

New level in solar technology – BGT and BELECTRIC present marketready OPV in glass elements

by Solarte

Cooperation between Bischoff Glastechnik AG (BGT) and BELECTRIC OPV

Nuremberg/Bretten: Glass is a key construction material in modern architecture and shapes the appearance of our towns and cities considerably. For architects and designers, glass offers enormous potential thanks to its wide variety of properties and processing options. Therefore, the combination of glass with the most innovative type of photovoltaics, OPV (Organic Photovoltaics), will be trendsetting both architecturally and commercially. The result of the joint development project worked on by BGT Bischoff Glastechnik AG, the glass finishing specialists, and BELECTRIC OPV GmbH, pioneers in the field of organic photovoltaics, is now available on the market with the product ’BI-Powersol’.

As an innovative and flexible technology, organic photovoltaics have an extensive range of creative architectural applications when used with the versatile and elegant construction material that is glass. As part of the energy revolution and sustainability strategy, the incorporation of PV elements into the building shell from an architectural, structural and design perspective, while taking the multifunctional features of the PV module into account, is growing in importance. In this regard, BELECTRIC OPV’s SOLARTE product line enables new aesthetic, ecological and economic possibilities for the integration of energetically active components into architecture. Together with BGT, completely new photovoltaically active glass elements that can meet all aesthetic requirements and be integrated into buildings are being produced in this way. “Together with renowned architects and facade planners, BGT undertakes countless construction projects and creates architectural highlights. Our task is to find the ideal glass solution for all requirements. Thanks to BGT’s many years of experience with glass products and BELECTRIC OPV’s innovative organic photovoltaics, a photovoltaic solution that fully meets these high demands is now available. The launch of our new product, ‘BIPowersol’, is imminent,” said Klaus Wittmann, Managing Director of BGT Bischoff Glastechnik AG.

“We are delighted that we have been able to take our successful collaboration with BGT to the next level. If solar energy is to be used throughout the entire building shell, then organic photovoltaics are extremely well suited to this purpose. With SOLARTE, BELECTRIC OPV has developed the perfect product for integration into BGT’s highquality glass products. Now the successful joint technical development phase has come to an end, a complete OPV system for architecture and facades will soon be launched” added Hermann Issa, Director of Business Development, Marketing and Sales at BELECTRIC OPV GmbH.

BELECTRIC OPV Nominated for Renowned GreenTec Award

by Solarte

Well-known producer of organic photovoltaics nominated in two categories

Nuremberg: This year, the renowned company BELECTRIC OPV GmbH and its ground-breaking "Solarte" product line have been nominated in two categories for the GreenTec Awards 2014, Europe's biggest environmental and business awards. The nominations came in both the Energy category and for the Galileo Wissenspreis (science prize awarded as part of a German television show). The flexible photovoltaics of the "Solarte" product line enables completely new ecological, aesthetic, and economical possibilities for the integration of energetically active components into architecture and product design. The products enable environmentally friendly energy production directly where it is consumed.

"We are delighted that our new "Solarte" product line has been nominated for this year's GreenTec Awards in both the Energy category and for the Galileo Wissenspreis and we hope to win over the judges as well as the audience with our product," said Dr. Ralph Pätzold, CEO at Belectric OPV GmbH. He added: "This nomination not only means a lot to us but it is also highly valued throughout the entire organic photovoltaics industry and will hopefully help to bring this young and innovative industry further into the public spotlight."

The organic solar cells of the "Solarte" series produce more than just energy. In contrast to today's conventional, cumbersome PV modules, they can adapt to all aesthetic demands. The modules can be manufactured in a wide range of colors and designs – including transparent. As a consequence, they allow energy production on surfaces available on existing facades and contribute to the building's aesthetics. With regard to product design, the spectrum ranges from energy production for lighting equipment and fashion accessories, through to attractive PV surfaces or inlays for product integration into all kinds of mobile and stationary applications. It is for this reason that this latest technological development from BELECTRIC OPV in the organic photovoltaics sector was nominated in both categories.

About the GreenTec Awards: The GreenTec Awards have been awarded each year since 2008 for environmental commitment and green, environmentally friendly technologies, with the aim of fostering an ecological and economic commitment and the use of environmentally friendly technologies. Award winners are selected by a panel of experts from business, science, politics, the media, and the entertainment industry. The winners are decided by the results of an online poll in conjunction with the panel's decision. Visit to vote for the most innovative project in each category. This year the award ceremony will be held as part of the IFAT launch gala on May 4, 2014 to kick off the world's largest trade fair for environmental technology.

Studierende der HTW Berlin gehen neue Wege bei der Produktintegration organischer Solarzellen

by Solarte

BELECTRIC OPV präsentiert Wettbewerbsgewinner auf der PVSEC in Paris

Berlin/Nürnberg: Im Rahmen einer neuen Kooperation zwischen der BELECTRIC OPV GmbH mit Sitz in Nürnberg und dem Studiengang Industrial Design der Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW Berlin) wurden zukunftsgerichtete Produktideen mit flexiblen organischen Solarzellen gesucht. Die organischen Solarzellen der „Solarte“-Reihe, eine technische Revolution der BELECTRIC OPV, dienten als Grundlage für die Produktinnovationen, die 13 Studierende der HTW Berlin im Sommersemester 2013 entwickelt haben. Hier konnten die Studierenden des interdisziplinär ausgerichteten Studiengangs zeigen, dass sie ihr Gebiet beherrschen: komplexe Designaufgaben lösen. Im Rahmen eines Wettbewerbes wurden die vier innovativsten Projekte für eine Ausstellung auf dem Messestand von Belectric OPV im Rahmen der EU PVSEC in Paris (28th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition) vom 1. bis 3. Oktober 2013 ausgewählt. Studierende aus dem Studiengang Industrial Design der HTW Berlin haben sich unter Betreuung von Prof. Jan Vietze (HTW) mit dem Thema der Produktintegration organischer Solarzellen beschäftigt mit dem Ziel, intelligente, neuartige Produkte  zu entwickeln. Das von Belectric unter „Solarte“ hergestellte photovoltaisch aktive Basismaterial bietet hier beste Voraussetzungen. Es zeichnet sich durch eine freie Gestaltung in Design, Form und Material aus und ist dadurch für die einfache Integration in Anwendungen und Produkten bestens geeignet. Durch die Kombination mit geeigneten Speichermedien und Verbrauchern entsteht eine Vielzahl von Anwendungsmöglichkeiten, die so bisher einzigartig ist.

Prof. Jan Vietze: „Organische Solarzellen sind aufgrund ihrer spezifischen Eigenschaften als Ausgangsbasis für innovative Produkte überaus interessant. Die Zusammenarbeit mit Belectric OPV war daher naheliegend, denn die flexible Photovoltaik der „Solarte“-Reihe eröffnet ganz neue ästhetische Möglichkeiten für die Integration energetisch aktiver Komponenten im Produktdesign und damit für die Entwicklung neuartiger, ökologischer Produkte. Im Rahmen des Projektes konnten die Studierenden so mögliche Anwendungsumgebungen erforschen und die entsprechenden Einsatzszenarien darstellen.“

Das verdeutlichen die vier Sieger-Entwürfe auf anschauliche Art und Weise: Faltbare Taschen und Rucksäcke aus Solarfolie, ein Leichtsolarmobil mit Folienverdeck für den innerstädtischen Verkehr, eine Ladestation, die ihren eigenen Strom erzeugt, oder eine lichtstarke Lampe für den Outdoor-Bereich – bei den Entwürfen der Studierenden der HTW Berlin ist für jeden Bedarf etwas dabei. Praktisch, leicht, flexibel und dabei todschick - Sandra Vollmers in frischem Grün und Blau gehaltenen "bendy bags" verbindet die Vorteile eines flexiblen Solarmoduls mit der praktischen Funktion eines faltbaren Rucksackes. Unterwegs, Akku leer und keine Steckdose in Sicht? Kein Problems: Mit dem integrierten Ladekabel wird das Smartphone einfach an den Rucksack gestöpselt und kann sich mittels der zwischengespeicherten Energie beim Laufen wieder aufladen. Benötigt man den Rucksack bzw. die Solarfläche einmal nicht, lässt sie sich ganz einfach zusammenrollen und platzsparend im Reisegepäck verstauen. Das gesamte Produkt bietet diverse Individualisierungsmöglichkeiten, Form und Farbe des Solarmusters wie auch die Farbe des Reisverschlusses, der Gurte und Nähte sowie der Innentasche sind frei wählbar.

Eine weitere Lösung der mobilen Begrenzung, bedingt durch begrenzte Akkulaufzeiten, heißt dagegen ,,Sokarto“. Nicht nur technisch, auch beim Design geht der Entwurf von Johannes Meyer ganz neue Wege. Seine mobile Ladestation mit dem mehrdeutigen Namen ist eine kompakte Stromquelle in Form eines Kartenspiels. Die fünf dünnen, leichten Kunststoffkarten sind mit organischen Photovoltaikzellen bedruckt und mit einer Haftgummilippe versehen. Durch das Auffächern vergrößert sich die Fläche, wieder zu dem Stapel zusammengeschoben kann es bei Nichtgebrauch blitzschnell verstaut werden. Ob auf Reisen oder im Büro - die „Sokarto“-Ladestation ist immer dabei. Bei Bedarf wird sie nur noch mit der Haftfläche an die nächste Scheibe geheftet um den Akku des Smartphones, Laptops oder IPads aufzuladen – und verschwindet danach einfach im Rucksack oder der Handtasche. Neugierige und neidische Blicke der Mitreisenden sind garantiert.

Voll im Trend liegt auch der Entwurf von Alexander Naumann, der mit seinem "Veloxo VX1" einen Lösungsansatz für die gegenwärtigen und zukünftigen gesellschaftlichen Herausforderungen der urbanen Mobilität bietet. Der „Velexo VX1“ vereint die Vorteile von Automobil und Fahrrad und befördert mit der Kraft der Sonne Personen bequem, sicher und energieintelligent durch die Stadt. Die auf ein leichtes Aluminium-Kunststoff-Gestell gespannte Solarfolie kann tagsüber den Akku des „Velexo“ aufladen, was das Fahrzeuggewicht und damit den Energiebedarf niedrig hält. Um Mobilität zu gewährleisten ist der „VX1“ zudem an Solar-Ladestationen sowie an Steckdosen aufladbar. Die „Velexo-Multibox“ im Fond des Fahrzeuges ermöglicht die Mitnahme einer weiteren Person, zweier Kinder oder von Transportgut. Der Name ist originell gewählt: „Velexo“ ist vom Lexovisaurus abgeleitet, dessen Knochenplatten Naumann zum 5-Eck-Muster der Solarfolie seines Solarmobils inspirierten.

Camper und Outdoor-Freunde werden sich dagegen für das "Organic Light" von Thi Le Nguyen begeistern. Wenn das Licht von batteriebetriebenen Lampen oder Taschenlampen einmal nicht ausreicht, bietet die neuartige Solarleuchte genug Lichtstärke, um auch größere Bereiche oder Räume dauerhaft auszuleuchten. Die photovoltaisch aktive Dünnschichtfolie erzeugt nicht nur ihren eigenen Strom, sondern kann zugleich als Lampenschirm verwendet werden, falls eher gedämpftes Licht erwünscht ist. Das „Organic Light“ ist einfach in der Handhabung und erzeugt nur durch Sonneneinstrahlung ausreichend Licht für 6-12 Stunden.

Solche neuen, innovativen und zugleich nachhaltigen und ressourcenschonenden Entwicklungen sind ein hervorragendes Beispiel für die Möglichkeiten, die im intelligenten Produktdesign liegen. Doch der Studiengang Industrial Design der HTW Berlin ist auch in anderen gesellschaftlich relevanten Bereichen sehr aktiv: So spielen die Bedürfnisse älterer Menschen im Studium eine große Rolle: Unter dem Oberbegriff "Universal Design Thinking" geht es darum, soziale und gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen, wie beispielsweise das zunehmende Älterwerden unserer Gesellschaft, in den Designprozess mit einzubeziehen und Gestaltungsformen zu finden, die möglichst viele Nutzer einschließen. Denn Industrial Design trägt maßgeblich dazu bei, ob ein Produkt leicht zu bedienen und intuitiv zu verstehen ist, ob es das Gefühl einer Verbundenheit mit Regionen und Kulturen hervorruft und ob es mit Werten wie Nachhaltigkeit und generationenübergreifender Akzeptanz verbunden wird.

BELECTRIC OPV, Hermann Issa, Director BD Marketing Sales
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Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin:
Die Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) Berlin ist mit zirka 12.000 Studierenden die größte Berliner Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften. Das Fächerspektrum ist mit rund 70 Studienangeboten in den Bereichen Technik, Informatik, Wirtschaft, Kultur und Gestaltung bemerkenswert breit. Als besonders innovative Hochschule wurde die HTW Berlin mehrfach ausgezeichnet. Bei Rankings belegt  sie regelmäßig vordere Plätze.

Studiengang Industrial Design:
Der 2011 eröffnete Studiengang Industrial Design an der HTW Berlin gehört mit den Studiengängen Game Design, Kommunikationsdesign, Modedesign, Museumskunde, Bekeidungstechnik/Konfektion sowie Konservierung und Restaurierung/Grabungstechnik zum Fachbereich Gestaltung. Das Studienangebot fördert kreative und konzeptionelle Fähigkeiten auf der Basis künstlerischer und wissenschaftlicher Methoden an den Schnittstellen von Kreativität, Technologie und Sustainability. Von einfachen Werkzeugen und elektronischen Produkten bis hin zu kompletten Fahrzeugen oder medizinischen Geräten - die Arbeit von  Industriedesignern bestimmt unsere Alltagswelt. Denn Industrial Design spielt eine immer bedeutendere Rolle: Nicht nur ist es ein entscheidender Wirtschaftsfaktor und macht das Leben schöner, es macht es auch einfacher, kann gesellschaftliche Teilhabe ermöglichen und helfen, in einer zunehmend technisierten Welt Schranken und Vorbehalte zu überwinden

Die BELECTRIC OPV GmbH mit Sitz in Nürnberg entwickelt und produziert organische Solarzellen und arbeitet schwerpunktmäßig an deren Kommerzialisierung. BELECTRIC OPV forscht und entwickelt darüber hinaus im Bereich der Zellentwicklung, der drucktechnischen Umsetzung und der Produktentwicklung, unter anderem auch für die Integration von OPV Zellen in bereits bestehende Produkte. Die Belectric OPV hat zwei Produktlinien, „Solarte“ für Architekten und Designer und „Power Plastic“ für Großindustrieanwendungen. Die Produkte der Belectric OPV stehen für Innovation, Qualität und Design.

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BELECTRIC OPV GmbH, founded 2013, is part of the Belectric group and situated in Nuremberg (R&D) and Kitzingen (Manufacturing Center at INNOPARK Kitzingen). BELECTRIC OPV develops and manufactures organic solar cells and focuses on the commercialization of customized OPV solutions. The company belongs to BELECTRIC group (, which is one of the world’s most successful companies in the development and construction of ground-mounted solar power plants and photovoltaic roof systems. BELECTRIC is represented worldwide. Its position as a world leader in technology is the result of a high degree of vertical integration in the development and manufacturing processes. A belief in the compatibility of economic and ecological interests has always been the basis for the sustainable success. More than 120 active patents are a testament to BELECTRIC’s innovative spirit.

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