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We are excited to share that PV Nano Cell was selected for the Cleantech 100 Ones to Watch list, which was presented at the Cleantech Forum in San Francisco last month. At the forum, CEO Fernando de la Vega spoke about PV Nano Cell’s innovative digital conductive inks, their mass production capabilities, and the efficiency gains they promise for both photovoltaic and printed electronics applications.

PV Nano Cell’s One to Watch recognition is particularly meaningful given that this year’s competition was more intense than ever before in the award’s history: over 6,900 distinct companies from 60 countries vied for a place on the list. Cleantech Forum was an opportunity for PV Nano Cell to showcase how the new Sicrys™ inks are poised to disrupt the market. It was also a great opportunity to interact with fellow innovators across the cleantech industry.
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PV Nano Cell in the News

PV Nano Cell caught the attention of several leading industry publications in recent weeks. An article in Pack Market Portal recently highlighted PV Nano Cell’s IDTechEx award win in a published interview with de la Vega about industry trends in printed electronics. PV Nano Cell’s Sicrys™ inks were also covered in 3D Printing Industry. The reporter identified 3D printed electronics as an “important trend that will very likely start to see some very serious commercial applications in 2016... both for prototyping of PCBs and end use wearable and IoT products.” The article notes that PV Nano Cell is a “major player” and is “literally mapping the path for this to happen.” PV Nano Cell was also covered by 3D Printing Electronics, which described PV Nano Cell’s Sicrys™ inks in detail. They note that PV Nano Cell products enable fast inkjet printing that can “bring intelligence to virtually any object.”
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Industry News

Recently, the internet of things (IoT) has dominated tech news. Automation, and specifically, IoT innovation is being heralded as a key part of a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” – also the theme of the 46th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum that was held last month in Switzerland. The rise of IoT was described as an engine for growth and prosperity in the long-term, as long as demand can keep pace with productivity gains. Meanwhile, New Year’s predictions for the IoT space positioned manufacturing and health as leaders in early adoption, and great policy news for solar industry financial landscape in the U.S. promises a buoyant market for solar through 2016 and beyond.