Nanosolar is focused on making solar electricity ubiquitous and profitable by bringing to market solar-electric foils that are unprecedented in their cost effectiveness. Unprecedented cost advantages result from the solar cells being two orders of magnitude thinner than those commonly found on the market today as well as the economics of simply being – more... able to print them with high-throughput roll-to-roll processes using the company's proprietary printable semiconductor technology, a technology designed for high yield and enabled by self-assembling nanostructures.
The solar electricity industry is one of the fastest growing technology industries in the world at this time, with the industry's compound annual growth rate averaging 40% in the past eight years and new technologies advancing the affordability of solar electricity. Solar cells found most commonly on the market today are based on crystalline Silicon but advances in nanostructured materials combined with new process technology now offer new ways of substantially further lowering the cost of solar electricity.
Nanosolar also confirmed today that it has received significant amounts of funding from the California Energy Commission as well as the National Science Foundation. – less – More from ZoomInfo »
Nanosolar Employer Reviews
Productive fun work place
Inspector (Former Employee), San Jose, CA – May 20, 2013
Great learning experience
Member of Technical Staff/ Electrical Engineer (Current Employee), San Jose, CA – April 9, 2013
Company with innovative technology
Process engineer (Current Employee), San Jose, CA – March 12, 2013
Sr. Product Manager (Current Employee), San Jose, CA – February 26, 2013
Overworked and underpaid but I have learned ALOT
Tool Operator (Current Employee), San Jose, CA – June 20, 2012
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