Origami Solar is hiring, we welcome Lou Marrero to the team, and opportunities to meet at upcoming conferences.
Our second generation steel solar module frame is lightweight, stronger than aluminum frames, contributes to domestic content for the bonus ITC, as well as providing a significant reduction in GHG emissions.
Company receives $500,000 to support U.S. supply chain independence and decarbonization priorities by utilizing domestic steel for innovative solar module frames.
Independent testing by TECSI Solar, a world-class testing and engineering firm, has confirmed the superior strength of Origami Solar steel module frame protects the solar active components better than conventional aluminum frames.
June 2022 | Boundless Impact Report shows Origami Solar’s Steel module frames reduce GHG emissions by 87%
The independent report, released this week by Boundless Impact Research and Analytics, underscores the critical role steel sources can play in rebuilding and securing domestic PV module supply chains and reducing the environmental impact from aluminum.
Significant progress on steel solar module frames, American-Made Solar Prize video, and more!
Solar has come a long way in the last twenty years. And innovation has driven cost savings across the entire solar ecosystem, except the module frame. Origami Solar is doing something about the module frame and we invite you to learn more about how steel is the answer to cut costs, dramatically lower GHG emissions, and address supply chain issues.
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