Conventional photovoltaic technology is reaching its limits. Thanks to perovskite, we can go beyond such limits, helping the energy transition for a more efficient and sustainable future

Scientific research and industrial development

Born as a spinoff of the Centre for Hybrid and Organic Solar Energy (CHOSE) of the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Solertix is now a European hub for research and innovation. It’s a deep-tech innovation centre specialising in the technological development of third-generation perovskite photovoltaic cells and their upscaling for industrial applications.

Solertix and the FuturaSun Group

Solertix is a holding company of the FuturaSun Group, specialising in developing and manufacturing highly efficient photovoltaic modules and cells. Established in Cittadella in the province of Padua, Italy, FuturaSun is an international group operating in over 70 countries spanning Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia, where its flagship manufacturing facility boasts an outstanding yearly capacity of 1 GigaWatt.

Our vision: a more sustainable future, for everyone

We want to be a catalyst for change in the energy industry. We believe in a future powered with alternative energy, where the potential of our perovskite photovoltaic cells can help in the energy transition and benefit our planet. Our research has one main objective, i.e., making solar energy more affordable and improving its performance and accessibility to accelerate the global transition towards a future powered by clean energy.

The next-gen of perovskite solar modules

We commit to overcoming traditional solar cell limits to make perovskite photovoltaic technology more efficient, reliable, and accessible. Given the urgency of these times, the aim is to make this technology available on a large scale.

“Perovskite is the future of high-efficiency photovoltaics, and in this specific R&D segment, we couldn’t help but be at the forefront, alongside those who are dedicated to scientific research and applied work at the highest academic levels.”

Alessandro Barin – CEO FuturaSun Group