The following are some of the companies and institutions that use products and solutions from Aescusoft.

Applied Materials (GER / USA)

The California based company Applied Materials is the world largest manufacturer and supplier of products and services in the Semiconductor Industry. It also focuses on systems for the production of electronic chip components and equipments for the production of photovoltaic panels and solar cells. 


BASF ("The Chemical Company") is the world leading chemical company. With about 97,000 employees, six network sites and about 330 production sites worldwide BASF assists customers and partners in almost every country. Aescusoft supports the photovoltaic research division with measurement technology. 

Ciba (CH)

This worlwide active company is since April 2009 part of the BASF Group. Its wide range of expertise focuses on quality improvement and production of materials in every stage of the value added chain. The basis is a knowledge of the appropriate chemical procedures and biophysical processes. 

Conergy (GER)

Conergy specializes in solar energy and produces crystalline solar panels, inverters and mounting systems ad therefore offers all the components for photovoltaic solar energy system. Conergy also projects and finances regenerative large scale projects for institutional investors. 

Fraunhofer ISE (GER)

The output of our alliance with Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) and its research facilities in Freiburg, Gelsenkirchen (both in Germany) and Boston (USA) are trend-setting innovations for products in the sector of Renewable Energy and Semiconductor Technology. These concern above all the industrial use of solar energy and the development of new production technologies. 

Hanwha Q-Cells (GER)

The core business of Q-Cells, which was founded in 1999, is the development, production and sales of solar cells in mono and multicrystalline silicon. 

Robert Bosch GmbH (GER)

The Bosch Group is an international leading Technology and Service company. In 2008 total sales of the business units automotive vehicle, industrial technology, consumer goods, and building service engineering was € 45.1 bn. Part of the Bosch Group are the Robert Bosch GmbH and more than 300 associated companies in over 60 countries worldwide. Including its distribution partners Bosch is represented in 150 countries worldwide. Every year Bosch spents more than € 3.5 bn (8% of total sales) for research and development and registers more than 3000 patents worldwide. Apart from Photovoltaics the Bosch group offers numerous systems for the use of regenerative energies. Aescusoft supports the photovoltaic research division of Robert Bosch GmbH with measurement technology. 

Saint-Gobain (GER)

Saint-Gobain is one of the 50 largest industrial groups of the world and is a leader in the manufacturing of glass, high performance basic materials and building products. Aescusoft supports the photovoltaic research division with measurement technology. 

SERIS (Singapur)

The Singapore's National Laboratory for Applied Solar Energy Research (SERIS) belongs to the National University of Singapore (NUS). A focus of SERIS is fundamental research in the solar energy sector and its practical uses. SERIS carries out industry-oriented research and development in the field of silicon and thin-film solar panels. Through the cooperation with SERIS Aescusoft takes profit from these researches and uses the new findings in its own products and solutions.

SINTEF (Norway)

SINTEF is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. We create value through knowledge generation, research and innovation, and develop technological solutions that are brought into practical use. SINTEF is a broadly based, multidisciplinary research concern that possesses international top-level expertise in technology, medicine and the social sciences, and our aim is to become the most renowned contract research institution in Europe. SINTEF is an independent, non-commercial organisation.

The profits of our contract research projects are invested in new research, scientific equipment and competence development. In the course of the past five years, we have invested NOK 600 million of our own funds in laboratories and scientific equipment. The SINTEF Group comprises the SINTEF Foundation, four limited companies and SINTEF Holding.