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Building a Modern Grid & Printing Solar Cells
 
Senior staff scientist Felippe Pavinatto and students using the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds’ FOM Solar-X3 roll-to-roll printer.
 
 
CEI experts were in the news this month:
  • CEI invited media to the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds this month for a demonstration of its 30-foot-long, multistage roll-to-roll printer for solar cells, batteries, sensors, optical films, and other flexible, low-cost devices. CEI and Testbeds technical director Devin MacKenzie, with funding from the Washington Research Foundation, commissioned the instrument to support the development of low-cost materials and processes for ultra-low-cost solar cells that could be manufactured at large scales with a dramatically lower carbon footprint than silicon. Check out the coverage from Geekwire, Q13 Fox, and KIRO 7.
CEI also sent out a press release on new Testbeds users: “Global Corporations and Cleantech Startups Begin Testing Innovations at Washington’s Open-Access Clean Energy Facility”
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