The Dow Chemical Company announced that it has opened a Photovoltaics Films Application Laboratory in Shanghai to help customers in the Asia-Pacific region improve how they harness the power of the sun with ENLIGHT™ Polyolefin Films technologies and solutions.
“Asia-Pacific is an important and growing market for our ENLIGHT™ Polyolefin Encapsulant Films and Back Encapsulant Composite materials,” said Hawk Gao, Asia-Pacific Business Development Manager for the Photovoltaics Business.
Dow has commercialized polyolefin-based encapsulant films and launched the back encapsulant composite films that are enabling photovoltaic panel manufacturers to make efficient, long-lasting and innovative products for the global market. Earlier this year, Dow opened a manufacturing facility in Map Ta Phut, Thailand, to make these innovative ENLIGHT™ products.
“We want to support this growth with a strong, local applications laboratory that can meet current and future needs of customers who are designing and making photovoltaic panels. We think our products are especially valuable to those who want to take advantage of some of the newest technology on the market,” said Tom Burns, Global R&D Director for the business.
Dow is focused on delivering sustainable solutions to help address many of the world’s most crucial challenges – including the need for clean energy – and continues to invest in products and manufacturing capabilities to help PV manufacturers improve efficiency and lower their total system costs.
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