Centrosolar to use United Solar Ovonic’s flexible thin-film technology

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Centrosolar
has signed a four-year supply agreement with United Solar Ovonic, a
subsidiary of Energy Conversion Devices for the use of its flexible
thin-film solar cell product for the building-integrated photovoltaics
(BIPV) market. Although the megawatt amount was not disclosed, the
companies said that the supply contract was ‘substantial.’

The deal is in support of Centrosolar’s subsidiary, Biohaus, which is claimed to be a market leader for BIPV products. The deal supports the majority of Biohaus’ BIPV requirements for the next four years. 

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