Companies of the HyET group provide technologies for low-cost, distributed power generation and commercially viable hydrogen production at high pressure
Extreme lightweight (5% of traditional glass panels) and low-cost raw materials (silicon based) are key enablers to produce solar power at the lowest Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE). Powerfoil is therefore suited for both large scale solar utilities and high-end building integrated applications.The new standard in PV Solar energy
2 May 2022
The global green energy company FFI and the Dutch investment fund Teslin Participaties have provided growth capital to the Dutch company HyET Solar, a leader in flexible and lightweight solar PV technology which has the potential to accelerate the global energy transition.
21 February 2022
By signing a new four-year research contract, TU Delft and HyET Solar have sped up the introduction of the next generation of solar foil, bringing new large-scale solar parks that reduce the price of our electricity a significant step closer.
21 December 2021
Australian based Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has acquired a 60 per cent stake in Dutch based High yield Energy Technologies (HyET) Group and provided the majority share of financing for the expansion of HyET Solar’s Dutch Solar PV factory.