Innovative OPV shading systems.

At Sun­Cur­tain, we want to active­ly con­tribute to the ener­gy tran­si­tion by har­ness­ing the pow­er of the sun in a prac­ti­cal and effi­cient way. With the Sun­Cur­tain ver­ti­cal blinds, with inte­grat­ed organ­ic pho­to­voltaics, every win­dow of every build­ing can pro­duce its own electricity.

Found­ed in 2018, Sun­Cur­tain GmbH is a com­pa­ny with a sus­tain­able vision. Sun­Cur­tain turn every win­dow into a small pow­er plant. This is made pos­si­ble through the use of organ­ic pho­to­voltaics. We see an enor­mous mar­ket for such ener­gy-gen­er­at­ing shad­ing elements.

Be part of our future-oriented vision.

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“If we want to increas­ing­ly por­tray elec­tri­cal­ly pow­ered func­tions as ener­gy sources in future, we need to do some­thing to diver­si­fy our ener­gy landscape.“

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Light filtration and energy production.

The many pos­i­tive effects will have a last­ing impact on build­ing effi­cien­cy. It’s not just a mat­ter of hav­ing a pow­er plant on our win­dows; it’s a smart­ly used sys­tem that attempts to solve all man­ner of prob­lems. We want our prod­uct to change the way peo­ple think about cur­tain systems.

Dif­fer­ent col­ored, semi-trans­par­ent slats only let a cer­tain amount of vis­i­ble light through, while heav­i­ly reduc­ing ultra­vi­o­let and infrared radi­a­tion, which in turn ben­e­fits indoor cli­mate con­di­tions. Light fil­tra­tion makes a pleas­ant lighting.

The print process used for man­u­fac­tur­ing makes it easy to adapt designs and for­mats. Plus: The cur­tains pro­duce elec­tric­i­ty, which is fed direct­ly into the building’s local grid or can be buffered to a bat­tery, and its easy instal­la­tion means it can also be used on exist­ing structures.