Ecolog Signs MoU to Commercialize its Low Cost, Lightweight, Portable Solar Solution

Ecolog International, a leading provider of integrated solutions, has entered into a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Australia’s Centre for Organic Electronics at the University of Newcastle to commercialize its revolutionary low-cost, lightweight and highly portable solar energy solution.

Ecolog Signs MoU to Commercialize its Low Cost, Lightweight, Portable Solar SolutionThe company claimed that it’s Ecolog Energy Solution™ will disrupt the decentralized energy marketplace by printing energy and eliminating the need for consumers’ upfront investment. This revolutionary technology is based on organic solar cells printed on an ultra-lightweight polymer film.

Further, this Ecolog Energy Solution™ is powered by printed solar and aimed at delivering solar energy with unprecedented affordability, ease of deployment and availability for all.

Some of the other features of the solution include – rapid manufacturing, inexpensive replacement, ease of integration into structural materials, buildings, combat ensembles, temporary facilities, vehicles or as retractable solar fields.

The company said that its solution will unlock potential in a wide range of applications across energy, defense, humanitarian and commercial sectors. Also, it will reduce the need for generators or battery airlifting in remote operations.

Commenting on the agreement, Ali Vezvaei, Group CEO of Ecolog International, said that “Energy plays a pivotal role in our lives. Leveraging this revolutionary technology, Ecolog Energy Solution™ is going to change the relationship between people and energy. Whether printing energy for remote operations or peacekeeping missions or powering up consumers in developing countries, we are about to redefine the boundaries of what is possible.”

Meanwhile, users could sign onto the Ecolog Energy Solution™ platform, where they determine their energy needs, customize their plan, can pay a monthly service fee and power up. They do not need to pay for the infrastructure, equipment, installation, or even repair and replacement, the company added.

On the partnership with Ecolog, Professor Paul Dastoor, head of Centre for Organic Electronics at the University of Newcastle, commented that “our ultimate goal is to see our printed solar cells all over the world, generating renewable energy for all in remarkable new ways. This strategic cooperation with Ecolog will enable us to explore new opportunities to further develop and commercialize our printed solar technology – particularly across defense and humanitarian applications – two areas we believe could significantly benefit from the use of printed solar.”

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Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.