|BMWi: Technologietransfer Leichtbau|
|BMBF: Digital Green Tech|
|KMU-innovativ: Production Research|
|KMU-innovativ: Medical Engineering|
|KMU-Innovativ: Photonik und Quantentechnologien|
|BMBF: Innovationen für die Energiewende|
|KMU-innovative: Medical technology|
|KMU-innovative: Ressource Efficiency and Climate Protection|
|KMU - Ressourceneffizienz und Klimaschutz|
|BMVI: Innovationsprogramm Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellentechnologie Phase II|
|BMBF: Battery 2020 Transfer|
|BMBF: Bioeconomy International 2021|
|BMWI: Protective equipment|
|BMBF: Innovative medical technology|
|BMWI: Investments for vehicle manufacturers and supplier industry|
|BMWI: Hydrogen Technology Offensive|
|BMEL: Renewable raw materials|
|BMWi: Starting signal for future investments in the automotive industry|
Advanced Energy is a global leader in reliable power conversion solutions used in thin-film plasma manufacturing processes and solar energy generation.
Thin films are an important part of many of the products we encounter every day, such as cell phones, computers, cars, window glass, and solar panels. Building thin films requires highly specialized power conversion, control, and delivery. These same requirements are also critical in reducing the levelized cost of energy for solar PV sites.
Our systems help thin-film manufacturing and solar energy companies worldwide propel their growth and innovation. We leverage our 30-year heritage of power focus and technology leadership to help our customers gain marketplace advantage.
AE was founded in 1981 and is continually striving to take profit-taking positions in new markets through strategic partnerships and proprietary core technologies that continue to strengthen the company's position in process-critical, highly scalable, patendet technologies.
INPLAS Working Group »Plasma4life«
expected spring 2022
INPLAS Working Group »Tool Coatings«
03 November 2021, online
IIndustry Working Group Tool Coatings and Cutting Materials IAK, 45th edition
04 November 2021,online
INPLAS Working Group »Novel Plasma Sources and Processes«
30 November 2021, Braunschweig, Germany