Solaronix

Solaronix is a supplier of perovskite and dye solar cell fabrication components for researchers and industries. Read more

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Solaronix

Solaronix is a supplier of perovskite and dye solar cell fabrication components for researchers and industries. Read more

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Co-Founder & CEO

Toby Meyer

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DYESOL is perceived as one of Solaronix's biggest rivals. DYESOL's headquarters is in Queanbeyan East, New South Wales, and was founded in 2004. DYESOL operates in the Personal Services industry. DYESOL generates 12% of Solaronix's revenue.

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Solaronix Blogs

May 16, 2018Solaronix Blog

Don't Miss The PSCO-2018 Conference, Meet Us At Our Booth

Solaronix is glad to sponsor PSCO-2018, a major event for the perovskite solar cell community. This y... See more »
July 26, 2017Solaronix Blog

Continuing Progress in Perovskite Industrialization, Brings New Products to Customers

Keeping the momentum of our breakthrough in Perovskite Solar Cell development announced last year, So... See more »
July 11, 2016Solaronix Blog

Solaronix Achieves Major Breakthrough Toward Perovskite Solar Cell Industrialization

Coined "The Next Big Thing in Solar Energy" by X-Prize CEO Peter Diamandis at the Abundance 360 summi... See more »
May 8, 2015Solaronix Blog

Print Highly Conductive Carbon Layers With Our New Elcocarb Products

Discover Elcocarb B/SP and Elcocarb G/SP, our new carbon pastes with unprecedented characteristics. F... See more »
September 26, 2014Solaronix Blog

New Spin-Coating Formulations of Titania Nano-Particles For Perovskite Solar Cells

Following our recent developments in the field of Perovskite Solar Cells, and the kick-off of CTI-spo... See more »
June 2, 2014Solaronix Blog

Solaronix Explores High Efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells in Partnership With EPFL LPI

On June 1st 2014, Solaronix and EPFL Prof. Grätzel's Laboratory of Photonics and Interfaces (LPI) sta... See more »
May 22, 2014Solaronix Blog

Congratulations to the winners of our lottery!

If you have left your name and email on our survey at the HOPV 2014 conference, you will be intereste... See more »

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Solaronix Headquarters

Rue de l'Ouriette 129

Aubonne, Vaud1170

41-21-821-22-80

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Overview

Solaronix is a supplier of perovskite and dye solar cell fabrication components for researchers and industries. Solaronix was founded in 1993. Solaronix's headquarters is located in Aubonne, Vaud, CH 1170. Solaronix's Co-Founder & CEO, Toby Meyer, cu...

CEO

Solaronix's Co-Founder & CEO, Toby Meyer, currently has an approval rating of 89%. Solaronix's primary competitors are DYESOL,

Website

solaronix.com

Frequently Asked Questions about Solaronix

  1. When was Solaronix founded?

    Solaronix was founded in 1993
  2. Who is Solaronix's CEO?

    Solaronix's CEO is Toby Meyer
  3. How much revenue does Solaronix generate?

    Solaronix generates $12M in revenue
  4. How much funding does Solaronix have?

    Solaronix has historically raised $0 in funding
  1. Where is Solaronix's headquarters?

    Solaronix's headquarters is in Aubonne Vaud, CH
  2. How many employees does Solaronix have?

    Solaronix has 50 employees
  3. What sector does Solaronix operate in?

    Solaronix is in Electric, Water & Gas Utilities, Renewable Energy Equipment & Services
  4. Who are Solaronix's competitors?

    Solaronix's top competitors are DYESOL