Eurotron focusses on jet printing technology

Eurotron has achieved a breakthrough in the connection between solar cells and the conductive backsheet foil inside back-contact solar panels. With this new approach, called jet printing, Eurotron will in time be able to realise interesting cost savings through increased precision and further minimisation of material use. The new method, for which Eurotron has applied for a patent, is currently in use in Eurolab.

Eurolab accommodates Lightyear

Lightyear recently revealed its plans for the very first solar car for consumers: the Lightyear One. The first models will sell for €119,000 excl VAT and can now be reserved at lightyear.one. The car is being developed by former students of the Eindhoven University of Technology and is currently still a concept. In order to prove that the solar panels meant for the car are actually realisable, Lightyear turned to Eurolab, member of Eurogroup.

Eurolab opens lab facility in early 2017

We have opened an entirely new lab facility that enables our clients to assess back-contact solar panel innovations. Launched in January 2017, Eurolab will operate completely independently, just on walking distance from Eurotron’s Headquarter in Bleskensgraaf and close to Eurotron's Manufacturing facility in Gorinchem, the Netherlands.