Organic photovoltaic (OPV) technologies have been steadily moving towards market-ready applications in the past decade due to rapid evolutions in materials discovery, device stack engineering and processing strategies. For instance, OPV technologies being tunable, flexible, and semi-transparent, are ideal candidates for photovoltaic modules for indoor energy harvesting and integration into buildings (BIPV). Materials innovation is at the forefront of the quest towards reaching better power conversion efficiency (PCE). While this innovation is mostly focused on reaching a higher efficiency level, the industry has challenges of its own in its materials selection. At Brilliant Matters, we believe that addressing industrial figures of merits, such as printability and synthetic sustainability, is key to enabling the lab-to fab transition. With our eco-friendly proprietary production methods and unique materials expertise, Brilliant Matters enables reliable and sustainable large-scale production of materials for a ‘’3rd generation solar technology’’. In this presentation, we will present some of our recent results achieved through collaborations with our development partners in the field, with a focus on solving challenges related to the scale-up of this technology.