The Heraeus Photovoltaics Business Unit is an industry leading developer and manufacturer of metallization pastes for the photovoltaic industry.
Heraeus has been a manufacturer of thick film pastes for over 40 years. Since 2008, we have been an innovative supplier to the photovoltaics industry, working with c-Si cell manufacturers to improve their cells’ efficiency for both conventional and advanced cell designs.
Heraeus have developed silver metallization pastes that have been integrated into commercially available technologies such as MWT, Double Print, Dual Printing, Selective Emitter, Back Side Passivation and N-Type Cells.
Heraeus have also expanded our capabilities and developed lower temperature processing pastes for Thin Film and other c-Si technologies.
Heraeus' goal is to improve our customers’ cell efficiency and reduce their cell’s cost per watt through our innovative paste design technology.
Using SOL9235H Silver Paste to improve Performance and Cost Ratio of Silicon Solar Cells
Silver Metallization Pastes for Reducing Solar Energy Cost
Heraeus Photovoltaics Business Unit to Introduce New Solar Products at International Green Energy Expo
Heraeus to Showcase Metallization Pastes for Solar Cells at EU PVSEC2013
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