Photonics21 ha publicado un estudio sobre tecnologías fotónicas para una economía con bajas emisiones de dióxido de carbono

Photonic technologies have an important role to play in the development of the low carbon economy. This was detailed in a study funded by DG Connect, European Commission that assessed five applications of photonics (photovoltaics, energy efficient lighting, energy efficient communications, advanced sensors and instrumentation and clean manufacturing) to

  • analyse Europe’s market position in «green photonics technologies»
  • assess the potential to develop promising new technologies
  • identify potential intervention options that address the barriers to the adoption of photonics.

You can download and view the full study via the Photonics21 website:

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