Leading with technology

We use cutting-edge science to engineer breakthrough photovoltaic technologies.

Perovskite tandem photovoltaics

We combine metal halide perovskites with silicon or other perovskites to make high-efficiency tandem cells. Tandems can break through the 30% efficiency barrier that limits traditional solar cells. Our perovskite tandem technology delivers abundant, zero-carbon electricity for any application under the sun.

Solar 3.0 is coming

To bring perovskite tandems into the world, we focus relentlessly on research and development to advance technology in three key directions.

Engineering the highest performance and reliability

Developing advanced manufacturing techniques

Designing products for seamless solar integration

Powered by big data

AI/ML-driven technology development

Our cutting-edge models and advanced analytics tools accelerate scientific R&D and manufacturing process development.

Intelligent manufacturing

Our inline metrology, computer vision, and industrial IoT capabilities enable automation of process optimization, production, and quality control.

Data-driven operations

Our optimized data systems streamline supply chain management, predictive maintenance, and all other aspects of company operations.

Built on modern data infrastructure

Our data systems are built with modern cloud services and use edge computing to enable comprehensive collection of real-time R&D, manufacturing, and operational data. We are set up to work with huge data sets.

We maintain the highest standards of information and data security to protect important intellectual property.

Our modern and robust software development pipeline supports continuous improvement and long-term scalability.

Our scientific contributions

Swift Solar is built on a deep foundation of cutting-edge science.

Our team members are world leaders in perovskite PV science and technology. With over 300 peer-reviewed publications since 2012, we have advanced the field with pioneering work in perovskite materials science and physics, device architectures, stability engineering, and techno-economic analysis.

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