Our Partners

Our Partners

University of British Columbia Okanagan

Chongqing Jiaotong University

Simon Fraser University

Yitong Daoneng (YTDN) New Energy Ltd.

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UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA OKANAGAN (UBCO)

Solar Earth Technologies has a long history of research collaboration with the University of British Columbia (UBCO), a world-class research institute with faculties from both Vancouver and Okanagan Campuses. This collaboration has involved a wide range of projects from integrated Solar Roads + EV charging solutions, development of crucial electronics for ground-based solar, modular material optimization, to in-depth investigation of cutting-edge photovoltaic materials.

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CHONGQING JIATONG UNIVERSITY

Chongqing Jiaotong University (CQJTU) is one of the leading Universities in China specializing in road and transportation science and engineering. The SET-CQJTU collaboration focuses on development, testing and standardization of solar road pavement and maintenance of solar roads and solar road technology for extreme climates.

SET - CQJTU collaboration on solar road pavement engineering.
MOU for the Solar Earth Technologies - Chongqing Jiaotong University collaboration.
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SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY (SFU)

Solar Earth Technologies is actively engaged in a collaborative research with Simon Fraser University (SFU), one of the leading industrial focused universities in Canada with excellent nanofabrication expertise and facilities. This research collaboration focuses on the development of novel photovoltaic cells for solar roads as well as for generic solar applications.

SET scientists in the clean room at SFU
SET scientist performing wet bench research at SFU's 4D Labs
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YITONG DOANENG (YTDN) NEW ENERGY LTD.

Yitong Daoneng (YTDN) is our JV Affiliate that is registered in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. YTDN was established to pursue large state and national government customers for Solar Earth.

YTDN team visits a pilot pavement site in southeast China.
Solar road modules on top of concrete subgrade
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In May 2017, YTDN paved China's first solar road (sidewalk) located in Beijing, a project supported by SET and Chongqing Jiaotong University.