Sulfurcell

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German company Sulfurcell was formed in 2001 and makes thin film solar cells. The company was voted sixth on the inaugural Guardian/Library House "CleanTech 100" list, which showcased the best in European clean technology companies.[1] The company was renamed into "Soltecture" in 2009. On 09 May 2012, Soltecture went into administration.[2]

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  1. ^ Top 10: The hottest clean technology companies in Europe
  2. ^ Soltecture becomes latest German PV bankruptcy