New frontiers in green solar manufacturing

Making photovoltaics the cheapest form of renewable energy

NexWafe’s breakthrough manufacturing process delivers an unmatched competitive advantage to our partners, delivering high efficiency, low cost, green photovoltaic wafers.

We're striving to set a new standard for the future of photovoltaic wafer production. The need for efficient, affordable and cleanly produced solar technology has never been greater – we're rising to meet that challenge.

We have our roots in research carried out at the acclaimed Fraunhofer Institute For Solar Energy Systems.

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Wafer Products

A path to record-beating efficiency

EpiNex™ wafers are manufactured with precise thickness tolerances, using NexWafe’s multi-patented proprietary process. They offer high-efficiency, fully compatible drop-in replacements for cells produced by today’s high-efficiency HJT, Topcon and IBC manufacturing processes.

NexWafe has successfully demonstrated a world record-beating ability to detach 50 micron wafers – roughly the diameter of a human hair, and less than one third the thickness produced by conventional processes.

By 2024, we're on track to start high volume manufacturing of ultra-thin wafers, less than 90 microns in thickness.

Our process

The minds behind NexWafe

Davor Sutija, PhD

CEO

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Dr. Dirk Habermann

Chief Technology Officer

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Dr. Frank Siebke

Chief Financial Officer and Founder

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Karl Friedrich Haarburger

Chief Operating Officer

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Bart Markus

Chairman

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NexWafe

Reliance New Energy Solar Ltd to invest in NexWafe as Strategic Lead Investor

Press coverage

The Hindu - Reliance New Energy to invest $29 million in NexWafe

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Economic Times - Reliance to be lead investor in Germany's NexWafe via solar energy arm, RNESL

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CNBCTV - Reliance New Energy Solar to invest $29 million in Germany's NexWafe as lead investor

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Reuters - India’s Reliance Industries invests nearly $29 mln in Germany's NexWafe

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Handelsblatt - Solar-Innovation aus Deutschland begeistert Asiens reichsten Unternehmer

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Ecosummit - Nexwafe raises €39M Series C led by Reliance Industries

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PV Magazine - Reliance Industries to invest $29 million in Nexwafe

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PV Tech - Reliance invests US$29m in NexWafe, looks to establish ‘giga-scale’ wafer production in India

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