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Extended cooperation of ISFH and SoLayTec

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, March 21 2012
ISFH in Germany has purchased a Process Development Tool from SoLayTec. ISFH will optimize the Al2O3 deposition and will implement the resulting surface passivation layers into different types of silicon solar cells currently under development at ISFH.

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SoLayTec wins Dutch Solar Award 2012

RENA Increased Share In SoLayTec 45%

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, September 12, 2011
- RENA is largest shareholder of SoLayTec
- Atomic Layer Deposition for high efficiency solar cell applications
- Four Process Development Tools will be shipped in 2011

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SoLayTec First Customers PDT

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, June 28, 2011
Imec, Fraunhofer ISE and two Asian cell manufacturers have shown their trust in the ultrafast ALD technology from SoLayTec. SoLayTec announced that the first four Process Development Tools (PDT) are sold and will be installed at customer sites in the third and fourth quarter of 2011.

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SoLayTec CleanTech Star Award

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, May 3, 2011
SoLayTec is genomineerd voor de WNF Cleantech Star 2011. Dit is een prijs voor het meest veelbelovende bedrijf dat nu en in de toekomst een grote bijdrage levert aan klimaat en economie.

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Pressrelease: Investors Express Confidence In Ultrafast ALD

The German wet processing equipment producer RENA GmbH and Brabant Development Agency (BOM) have invested in SoLayTec, a company incorporated by TNO Technostarters B.V., which will commercialize ultrafast Atomic Layer Deposition. RENA GmbH and BOM have announced the financing of start-up company SoLayTec, thus enabling further development of the ultrafast Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology based on license by TNO. SoLayTec, a TNO spin-off, will apply this technology in equipment within the solar market for the production of solar cells.

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20110214 Pressrelease SoLayTec RENA TNO BOM

Eindhoven, The Netherlands, February 14, 2011
The German wet processing equipment producer RENA GmbH and Brabant Development Agency (BOM) have invested in SoLayTec, a company incorporated by TNO Technostarters B.V., which will commercialize ultrafast Atomic Layer Deposition.

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