Dracula Technologies Unveils Green MicroPower Factory, Revolutionizing Indoor IoT Energy Harvesting

Dracula Technologies Unveils Green MicroPower Factory, Revolutionizing Indoor IoT Energy Harvesting

Dracula Technologies featured in SemiConcudctor-Digest

Dracula Technologies announces its new “Green MicroPower Factory”—a fully automated facility. The largest of its kind in Europe (2500 m²), this factory will produce up to 150 million cm² of organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices per year, using inkjet printing to simultaneously lower costs and increase customization. Dracula Technologies’ new facility will cater to high-volume IoT customers from early 2024, while also preparing to license its groundbreaking technology.

SemiConductor-Digest, Shannon Davis (October 17, 23)
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