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OTCQB: NTCXF) has dramatically streamlined the fabrication method for its revolutionary Natcore Foil Cell™, allowing for even lower-cost production methods. The use of laser processing to create Natcore's innovative, all-back-contact cell structure has been eliminated and replaced by a carrier selective contact process. This is combined with a foil metallization that can be cheaply made with high-speed roll-processing methods.
A feed-in tariff (FIT) is an economic policy created to promote active investment in and production of renewable energy sources. Feed-in tariffs typically make use of long-term agreements and pricing tied to costs of production for renewable energy producers. In practice, feed-in tariffs may be payments to ordinary energy users for the renewable electricity they generate.
OTCQB: NTCXF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with PSECC Solar Farms Ltd., a climate change mitigation company and developer of solar farms, under which PSECC would engage Natcore to develop solar projects within the United States. Natcore would provide PSECC with access to Natcore's technology, including some level of exclusivity once that technology becomes commercially available. PSECC would facilitate the U.S. projects by, among other things, providing financial assistance that would include 80% of the funding of the projects at a low interest rate (currently at 4.5%).
OTCQB: NTCXF) have been selected to present a technical paper to the 44th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC-44), the pre-eminent global technical conference in photovoltaics. Titled "Multilayer Foil Metallization for All Back Contact Cells," the paper is co-authored by Dr. David Levy, Natcore's Director of Research & Technology, and Dr. David Carlson, a member of Natcore's Science Advisory Board. Dr. Levy will make the oral presentation.
Natcore Surpasses 20% Efficiency Milestone With Innovative Laser-Based Solar Cell Structure
OTCQB: NTCXF) have achieved an efficiency of 20.7% in their latest demonstration solar cell. At that level, Natcore's cells were roughly equivalent to typical commercial cells being sold today. Natcore's newest cells, with an efficiency that is a relative 20% higher than the prior cells, show the company's steep rate of progress.
Frankfurt: 8NT) has signed a joint development agreement with Coveme spa, the Italian company that is a leading innovator in the manufacture and conversion of polyester films. Importantly, it also eliminates the need for silver, one of the highest-cost components of a conventional solar cell. Under the terms of the Agreement, Natcore and Coveme will collaborate in order to assess and develop high throughput methods to produce laser-processed all-back-contacts on silicon solar cells.