Sharp Corporation operates companies in various fields, including Consumer Electronics, Energy Solutions, Business Solutions, Electronic Components and Devices, and Display Devices. Sharp offers a variety of solar solutions under its Energy Solutions business. For more than five decades, Sharp’s efforts in research and development have led to groundbreaking solar solutions. One shining example is its development of the solar cells that power the satellites in Japan's national projects.
As a maker of products that consume power, Sharp has always believed that it should create power, too. It is all part of the company’s Eco-Positive mission to brighten the lives of people around the world. Sharp offers different types of solar cells, including monocrystalline, polycrystalline, thin-film and dye sensitized solar cells. Sharp’s solar business spans across the globe.
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