PV Nano Cell and Merck to push deployment of conductive inks

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Long-term strategy for using single-crystal metal particles.

Conductive inks specialist PV Nano Cell is joining forces with major materials firm, Merck to develop and deploy its single-crystal, nanometric inks such as copper and silver to expand its applications.

PV Nano Cell’s ‘Sicrys’ inks are designed to enable non-contact digital inkjet printing rather than traditional screen (or stencil) printing of c-Si solar cells, although the applications and target markets are varied for the technology.

“PV Nano Cell will provide the expertise and specific formulations of Sicrys™ to support Merck's focus on measuring the inks' performance in different applications for various markets,” stated Marc Feiglin, Head Technology Scouting and Partnerships at Merck in Israel.

14 March 2023
PV CellTech will be return to Berlin on 14-15 March 2023 and looking at the competing technologies and roadmaps for PV cell mass production during 2024-2026.

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