Saule opens 1st perovskite factory in the world

On May 21, Saule Technologies opens a pilot perovskite production line. Perovskite cells are an excellent alternative to the commonly used silicon cells. They have lower production costs and lower energy requirements.


This is a special day for the renewable energy sector in the country, but also around the world. The opening of a pilot plant for the production of perovskite cells is a landmark event as Saule Technologies has created the first such flexible perovskite cell production line on a global scale. The factory opening event will be streamed live on the Saule Technologies social channel.

Why perovskites and not silicon cells?
Perovskite cells are an excellent alternative to the commonly used silicon cells. They have lower production costs and lower energy requirements. In addition, the technology of producing perovskite cells uses low, room temperatures, and not – as in the case of silicon cells – reaching several hundred degrees Celsius. This innovative photovoltaic solution allows you to generate energy from both the sun and artificial light. As a result, perovskites can be used everywhere – from price labels, to building facades, sheds for charging electric cars, to satellites in space.

Saule Technologies team
About Saule Technologies
The Polish company Saule Technologies was founded in 2014 by a physicist, Olga Malinkiewicz, and businessmen Piotr Krych and Artur Kupczunas. The company employs an international team of dozens of scientists, engineers and administrative staff who have constructed the world’s first production line of printed perovskite cells.

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