US President Joe Biden is calling for action on the climate change issue across a broad range of sectors, including buildings and transport as primary emitters. This process is going to involve the swift implementation of innovative concepts and products.

Answering the call, “organic energy company” GO-OPV has introduced products and applications manufactured by GO-OPV from organic film printed by Brazilian company Sunew. The product comes in the form of a thin film known as ORENgE which can capture light and transform it to clean energy more efficiently than conventional solar panels. The panels are thin, flexible, ultra lightweight, and can be positioned vertically and horizontally.

GO-OPV, a Florida company, founded ORENgE in the US in November. The technology is already in action in South America, as PepsiCo’s Brazil distribution centers have been applying power technology to stand-by charging systems, interior lights, and onboard printing.

GO-OPV says ORENgE is the sole commercial organic technology available in the United States which is transparent, non-toxic, flexible, thin, durable, recyclable, sustainable, and cost efficient.

GO-OPV is the primary product and application company introducing zero-carbon ORENgE organic energy to the US market by supplying ultra-low carbon footprint power to buildings (building-integrated photovoltaics), semi-trucks and tractor-trailers, outdoor furnishings, and more. GO-OPV’s ORENgE technology is light and powerful organic energy technology for the developing global base of commercialized but purely organic energy applications.

Organic energy can call upon any light form as a power source, indoor, low, or diffused. ORENgE is a recyclable entity that supplies power through an earthy, bountiful, low CO2, sustainable energy solution. ORENgE is an energy source printed from organic ink. It is a sustainable organic energy alternative as it is based on recyclable materials widely available in nature. This product boasts the lowest carbon footprint and energy payback among organic technologies.

ORENgE is semi-transparent and suits any surface, such as building facades, home siding, tractor-trailers, park benches, and more, as installed vertically or horizontally. ORENgE is a flexible product that can be applied to tractor-trailers and semis.

With its printing production process and organic materials, ORENgE is the ultimate green option. To manufacture ORENgE, GO-OPV utilises rollable film consisting of eco-friendly materials (fullerene and non-fullerene-based inks) and recyclable materials. The printing production process bears a low energy demand and a low carbon footprint.

ORENgE just may be the ultimate zero-carbon power solution in the building-integrated photovoltaics, trucking, and outdoor sustainability markets. For example:

As building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) are integrated into more structures as a primary or ancillary power source, ORENgE is that special product that can be applied to glass surfaces and façade applications to power lights in conference rooms, whole office floors across many real estate applications, and UL 924 backup.

ORENgE also can be used on semi-trucks and tractor-trailers and outdoor furnishings in equal measure. The most renewable of energy sources, its many possibilities hopefully will reach Australian shores soon—and the world.

Source: Electrek.Com