Produce Your Own CIGS Solar Cells

CIGSolar™: The Manufacturing Advantage.  This new hybrid, patent pending manufacturing solution is designed to produce high performance, low cost thin-film CIGS solar cells, equivalent to silicon cells in size and performance.

Our low cost, high through-put, high yield, high performance CIGSolar cell lines enable manufacturers quickly to bring to market competitive thin film cells based upon low capital expenditures and small factory footprints. 

Whether your company is looking to enter the Solar Energy manufacturing market and establish large scale manufacturing capacity or to upgrade and supplement existing manufacturing capabilities, XsunX’s CIGSolar cell lines can provide a solution.

We have also teamed with module line equipment manufacturers capable of providing the “back-end” process equipment for a complete turn-key factory to produce CIGSolar modules.

And XsunX has assembled a World Class Team responsible for all aspects of the installation and implementation process


XsunX’s CIGSolar Cell lines features:


  • Capital-efficient turn-key thin-film manufacturing technology
  • Low-cost production, high throughput, low Total-Cost-Of-Ownership
  • 156 mm stainless steel substrates for better processes and higher yields
  • Fully integrated with state-of-the-art software and controls
  • 10 MW, 20 MW, 50 MW, and 100 MW scalable lines
  • Combination of the best of sputtering and thermal co-evaporation deposition on small area devices to achieve the high conversion efficiencies that national laboratories.

    • Patent-pending CIGS Thermal Deposition System
    • Equipped with proprietary CIGS thermal effusion sources (HTE)
    • Proprietary buffer deposition systems

  • Long term, aggressive Technology Roadmap and Support


For more information on how your organization can benefit from our unique and proprietary CIGSolar™ lines, please email and provide us with some information on your organization and goals.


In 2008, National Renewable Energy Laboratories (NREL)
produced 19.9% CIGS devices using co-evaporation.