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ASCA®, the organic photovoltaic film

Providing solar energy through bespoke solutions

ASCA®, the flexible and semi-transparent organic photovoltaic film serving a wide range of applications

Launched in 2011, ARMOR solar power films is a business born out of the determination of the industrial group ARMOR to place its expertise in chemical formulation and the coating of thin layers onto thin films at the service of energy transition. 
 
At the heart of the solar energy solutions of ARMOR solar power films: the ASCA® film, bespoke and low-carbon, capable of solarizing all available surfaces, even areas that have yet to be exploited. 
 
The ASCA expertise is provided by sixty individuals of a dozen nationalities, located in France and Germany. 
 
Find out about the ASCA® solutions in detail: www.asca.com  

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A low-carbon and 100% recoverable production process

To produce the ASCA® organic photovoltaic film, ARMOR teams have scrupulously selected the components of its formulation, excluding rare metals and chlorinated or fluorinated derivatives. Designed from organic polymers using a low-energy process, the ASCA® film has a very low carbon footprint.  
 
Furthermore, the end of life of the ASCA® film has been anticipated right from the design stage, making the product 100% recoverable. 

The ASCA© film is the fruit of ARMOR's full range of expertise

The ASCA® technology synthesizes all the expertise acquired by ARMOR with the support of leading partners in science and technology: formulation, high-precision coating and laser engraving to obtain bespoke modules of specific design (free-form). 
 

Responding to current and future energy demands

The development of this new technology is central to the group's CSR commitments to promote energy transition and reduce the use of fossil fuels. 
 
Access to energy is a major challenge within society that the ARMOR group is determined to meet by offering industry this new photovoltaic solution – the energy of the 3rd millennium.