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CTF Solar is a global PV player with Chinese ownership and German management. With a proud history spanning decades of PV innovations including our own thin film CdTe module technology, we are uniquely positioned to provide outstanding photovoltaic solutions around the globe.
The transition to renewable energy will involve every region on the planet. CTF Solar has the global solutions for tomorrow’s energy needs. Join us in developing, building, and operating profitable CdTe thin film solar module factories. For the benefit of your portfolio, your investors, your enterprise, and the planet.
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Dresden, Germany, 1 Aug. 2020 Since CTF Solar established its business site in Dresden in 2012 our company has grown continuously. Starting with just three researchers working as loggers in rooms of the Fraunhofer Institute [...]
Chengdu, China, 18 Jan. 2019 CTF SOLAR has opened its own permanent representation in Chengdu, China. On 18 January 2019 the new office in Chengdu was officially opened by Dr. Michael Harr, CEO, who was [...]
CTF Solar GmbH sold three solar parks in Great Britain having in total a nominal power generating capacity of 13.5MW to BlackRock Real Assets. The £15 million transaction includes the three solar parks CTF Solar [...]
A combination of the highest standard German Engineering with Chinese production methods and cooperation with leading machine construction companies enables us to provide solar factories with the highest technical standard and attractive prices.
It’s what we dreamed of as pioneers of thin film cadmium telluride modules decades ago. Now, we’ve perfected our CdTe technology and a production process that allows it to achieve its full potential.
Transforming the world’s energy supply is a global task. Our technology and backing from one of the world’s largest building materials firms positions us as a truly global provider. We hope you’ll join us in accomplishing this important work.
CTF Solar is participating in projects together with Fraunhofer FEP. The projects are being conducted with funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) awarded to the German state of Saxony. One of the projects seeks to further decrease the already low energy and material input required for the production of CdTe solar cells to reduce the environmental impact of solar cell production.
NJIT — the New Jersey Institute of Technology
In February of 2013, CTF Solar’s parent corporation CNBM founded the CNBM New Energy Materials Research Center within the New Jersey Institute of Technology. The Center’s mission is to establish the scientific and technological foundation for a vertically integrated CdTe solar energy industry.
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