Suniva develops, manufactures and markets its ARTisun series high-efficiency silicon photovoltaic (PV) cells for clean, earth-friendly power generation and is dedicated to driving down the cost per watt of solar generated power. Our world-class team has decades of PV industry experience, a unique development approach and innovative proprietary processes that enable us to deliver leading edge solar cell performance while dramatically cutting the cost of the PV value chain. Suniva has a primary goal of driving mass adoption of high-efficiency PV technology which has significant economic, social and environmental benefits.

Suniva’s focus is solely on silicon PV cell technology and manufacturing and is not directly engaged in the downstream manufacturing of modules or products which use its cells. Click here to download a company brochure in pdf format, and visit our Products tab (above) for more information on the ARTisun series.

Financials

Date Type Amount Investors Valuation
07/01/09 Series C 75M Warburg Pincus, Apex Venture Partners, New Enterprise Associates, HIG Ventures, Advanced Equities Unknown
04/01/11 Other 94.3M Warburg Pincus, New Enterprise Associates Unknown

People

John W. Baumstark (CEO, Chairman)

Ahit Rohatgi (Founder and CTO)

Stephen P. Shea (VP, Manufacturing)

Daniel L. Meier (VP Research and Development)

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