Future Photovoltaic’s Partners
A cornerstone of the Mazik Media philosophy is our belief in partnering with like minded organizations embedded in the sectors we serve. They act as both guides, content providers and help spread the word to their respective communities, we in exchange aid them with promoting their events and activities via our newsletters and other activities.
Future Photovoltaics is published in association with the following;
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University at Albany - State University of New York (SUNY) is a global education, research, development and technology deployment resource dedicated to preparing the next generation of scientists and researchers in nanotechnology.
The Energy research Center for the Netherlands (ECN) develops high-quality knowledge and technology for the transition to sustainable energy management by introducing knowledge and technology to the market. Researchers at ECN Solar Energy explore technologies to produce more efficient solar cells and modules at a lower cost and then transfer these technologies to the market.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE conducts research on the technology needed to supply energy efficiently and on an environmentally sound basis in industrialised, threshold and developing countries. To this purpose, the Institute develops systems, components, materials and processes in the areas of the thermal use of solar energy, solar building, solar cells, electrical power supplies, chemical energy conversion, energy storage and the rational use of energy
Imec performs world-leading research in nanoelectronics, leveraging scientific knowledge with the innovative power of our global partnerships in ICT, healthcare and energy, delivering industry-relevant technology solutions. In a unique high-tech environment, our international top-talent is committed to providing the building blocks for a better life in a sustainable environment.
Institute of Microelectronics of Chinese Academy of Sciences (IMECAS) is a comprehensive research institution integrated with research and development and is composed of 2 key laboratories, 11 research departments, and 3 technology research centers, covering all the main research areas of Microelectronics.
Established at the University of Delaware in 1972, the Institute of Energy Conversion (IEC) is devoted to the research and development of thin-film photovoltaic solar cells and other photonic devices. The IEC is a totally integrated laboratory focused on fundamental materials and device research carried out in parallel with process engineering studies and analysis of film deposition and processing. This enables the correlation of the properties of completed devices with their fabrication, all in the same lab. Close collaboration between IEC staff and industrial partners ensures that the research is relevant and includes state-of-the-art process development.
The International Photovoltaic Equipment Association (IPVEA) is an independent, non-profit organization of manufacturers and suppliers of photovoltaic (PV) fabrication equipment and related raw materials used in PV ingot, wafer, cell (crystalline and thin-film), and panel manufacturing.
The International Solar Energy Research Center Konstanz e.V. (ISC Konstanz) researches and develops crystalline Silicon solar cells, working closely together with leading enterprises and research institutes in the field.
The Photovoltaic Manufacturing Consortium (PVMC), headquartered in New York State, is anindustry-led consortium for cooperative R&D among industry, university, and government partners to accelerate the development, commercialization, and manufacturing of next-generation solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. Through its programs and advanced manufacturing development facilities, PVMC is a proving ground for innovative solar technologies and manufacturing processes.
SVTC has established itself as the clear leader in offering independent technology development services to the semiconductor industry, with its SVTC Solar business unit, this highly successful services model is being brought to bear on the solar industry by providing IP-secure, shared access to photovoltaic (PV) equipment and services lowering development costs and accelerating time to market and time to revenue for new solar products.