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Heliatek Wins Renewable Energy Design Award for PV Film

Industrial Photonics
Jan 2016
Heliatek GmbH, a developer of photovoltaic thin films, received the 2015 Renewable Energy Design Award at the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards.

"We are delighted to receive this Elektra award,” said Thibaud Le Séguillon, CEO of Heliatek GmbH. “It supports our vision of a decentralized and decarbonized energy supply. It also encourages us to continue to enhance our HeliaFilm technology as a clean and green source of energy.”

HeliaFilm. Courtesy of Heliatek.

The Dresden-based startup develops and produces the HeliaFilm flexible, organic solar film. Its organic photovoltaics feature 12 percent efficiency and are now being commercialized for large-area applications.

Heliatek has also partnered with industrial glass and building materials companies to speed the adoption of its technology in sustainable, net-zero energy buildings. Its products were included in glass installations in the Belgium pavilion at Expo Milan 2015.

The Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards are the largest technology and business awards in the European electronics industry.

Heliatek was spun off in 2006 from the Technical University of Dresden and the University of Ulm. For more information, visit

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