Ubiquitous Technologies

M. Perales
Ubiquitous Technologies, US

Keywords:

Energy

Abstract:

We are a start-up company that is developing organic photovoltaic devices (“solar cells”) to be used primarily in solar modules, and secondarily in portable consumer electronic devices.  Our initial goal is to manufacture and provide solar cells for incorporation into solar modules. Our product is differentiated by its green manufacturing process, low raw material costs and capital investment costs which in combination afford a low cost product with the ability to scale to meet market demand. Our nanobiocomposite photovoltaic cell based on a proprietary materials and device architecture delivers this low cost, scalable and environmentally friendly product platform. We are currently in the process of scaling the technology.


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Clean Technology and Sustainable Industries Organization
MIT·Stanford·UC Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum
TechConnect
Nano Science and Technology Institute

Gold Sponsor

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC

Silver Sponsor

New Mexico Economic Development Partnership

Break Sponsor

Halliburton

Sponsors

Omron Silicon Valley
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
American River Ventures
Economic and Workforce Development through the California Community Colleges
Controlled Contamination Services, LLC
SOPOGY, Inc.
Clean Technology International Corp.
Full Circle Solar
NanoDynamics, Inc.
IBP-CAS
Riverside Technologies
NanoSelect, Inc.
SolarCity
Power of Minus Nine
Akeena Solar
Charles Pankow Builders

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Business Wire

Commercialization Partner

BusinessWeek

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Red Herring, Inc.
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Sustainable Industries Journal
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