Integration of organic solar cells and flexible batteries for the generation of green energy.

The GAIAPrint project aims to produce flexible organic photovoltaic modules (OPV) with state-of-the-art materials for the production of clean energy, as well as to complement its storage with low-cost printed batteries.

In this sense, the integration of these two emerging technologies in the field of printed electronics in ultra-low-power electronics systems is proposed in order to promote the generation of new, more autonomous and sustainable connected sensors.

The development of ultra low consumption electronics will be carried out in a way that it is compatible with different sensors on the market, and with a wireless communication system applicable to various uses in the field of sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Eurecat participates in the project through its Functional Printing & Embedded Devices Unit, which will lead the design and development of printed organic photovoltaic modules using last generation functional materials. The rest of the consortium is made up of the Functional Print Cluster, the Stirling R&D center and the Falcon Electronica company.

General details


GAIAPrint– Generation and storage of green energy with printed devices for ultra-low consumption autonomous electronics

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Programme and call for tender

Project funded through the support program for Innovative Business Groups through Line 3 of “Digital Technology Projects” defined in article 8.