FTL Solar's flexible thin-films find a niche in BIPV

We recently spoke with Richard Harris, a communications strategist at FTL Solar. The company was spun out of FTL Design in 2006 to incorporate thin-film solar cells into a proprietary tensile fabric. Other licensees already use the tensile fabric, which Richards said has been incorporated into $2 bi...

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