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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
21 April 2020
During the trade mission with the King and Queen of the Netherlands, HyET Solar and PT Pertamina signed a contract with the intentions to build a manufacturing facility in Indonesia. The singing of the contract was a result of earlier discussions and visits of both companies to Arnhem and Jakarta.
20 April 2020
Shell and HyET Solar have conducted a study at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Denver (US) on the economic potential of HyET Powerfoil in desert based utility scale (100 MW) PV powerplants.
3 April 2020
HyET Solar Netherlands BV has received an order from Royal Vopak to apply thin-film PV modules (Powerfoil) on one and potentially two of their large oil storage tanks in Rotterdam, subject to regulatory and permit approval. Powerfoil is the only suitable Solar PV candidate for this application because of its unique product characteristics such as low weight, flexibility and ATEX certification. The project will result in 1 MWp of cost-effective power generation capacity.