The SoftBank Group Enters Strategic Partnership with Exeger and Invests to Accelerate Deployment of Exeger Solar Technology
Press releases • Mar 05, 2019 08:00 CET
SoftBank Group Corp. (“SBG”) and Exeger Operations AB (“Exeger”) today announced entry into a definitive agreement under which SBG invests $10 million in Exeger. In a related development, SB Energy Corp. (“SB Energy”), a Japanese subsidiary of SBG, and Exeger entered into a strategic partnership agreement to accelerate the global rollout of the Exeger technology.
Press releases • Oct 17, 2018 08:00 CEST
At the 9th annual award ceremony in Moscow on Tuesday October 17th, the Russian technology investor RUSNANO presented a joint-prize to Professor Michael Grätzel and Exeger for the commercialization of the dye-sensitized solar cell technology.
Press releases • Oct 15, 2018 09:00 CEST
Kallelse till extra bolagsstämma. Aktieägarna i Exeger Sweden AB (publ) (”Bolaget”) kallas härmed till extra bolagsstämma onsdagen den 14 november 2018 klockan 10.00 i Advokatfirman Cederquist lokaler på Hovslagargatan 3 i Stockholm.
News • Jun 07, 2018 08:00 CEST
Today, The Swedish Energy Agency and Minister of Energy of Sweden, Ibrahim Baylan, inaugurate the Shanghai cleantech hub, the second of three hubs aimed at facilitating market entry for a selected number of Swedish companies. Exeger will now have a local office in Shanghai for a period of at least two years. Link to press release from Swedish Energy Agency
News • May 31, 2017 08:00 CEST
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Yesterday in Brussels during the EU Green Week, the LIFE programme, the funding instrument for environment and climate action of the European Union, presented Exeger Sweden AB with the award for EU-LIFE best of 25 years in the climate action category. The LIFE programme was started in 1992 and this year marks its 25-year anniversary.
“Exeger is a prime example of what the EU-LIFE programme is meant to foster. It allows companies to grow from an early, high-risk stage. Giving that support pays back, in innovation, in new green industry and in jobs created. Congratulations Exeger for this award,” said Karmenu Vella, Commissioner of Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.
“This is our most significant honor to date! To be able to go from a lab-scale solar cell to a global industrial company with a factory able to produce 15 million units yearly in just seven years is something we could not have achieved without the support of the EU-life programme. And to receive this distinction right when we are about to go global is proof that the EU fosters green industry from idea to rollout,” said Exeger’s CEO and Founder Giovanni Fili.
Exeger’s funding strategy has always been to seek long term capital from investors who understand and can benefit from the company vision. This has meant a combination of industrial investors and government funding from an early stage. The approved EU-life programme application meant much more than the funding for Exeger. The demanding application process and due diligence conducted prior to approval, has served as a stamp of quality for investors.
In 2014, EXEGER successfully demonstrated an annual production capacity of 20,000m2. This was the culmination of the DYEMOND SOLAR project funded by the EU-LIFE programme. It was deemed a high-risk project from the start and the success of EXEGER in taking the company from an idea to a large-scale factory, situated in the city center of Stockholm, has excited everyone involved from the EU commission. The successful completion of the DYEMOND SOLAR project coupled with the growth of the company since 2014 are the leading factors for Exeger being chosen based on the criteria “for having had remarkable effects both for the EU’s natural environment, and in creating green jobs and boosting green growth”.
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News • Apr 18, 2017 10:00 CEST
Today, The Swedish Energy Agency and Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden, Lövin, inaugurate the first of three cleantech hubs aimed at facilitating market entry for a selected number of Swedish companies. The first international hub funded by the Swedish Energy Agency and operated by Business Sweden is located in San Francisco.
News • Mar 15, 2017 08:00 CET
EXEGER Sweden AB (Publ) and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have just agreed to conduct joint research for the integration of next generation materials in the EXEGER solar cell architecture. The collaboration entails a shift in strategy for EXEGER who have thus far been extremely restrictive in sharing any details about their solar cell.
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Exeger manufactures the world’s best solar cells. It seamlessly enhances any product in both natural and artificial light. Exeger’s vision is of a better world where any surface can be power generating through ambient light. The company’s goal is to change the perception of available energy by integrating self-power into everyday... Show more
Exeger manufactures the world’s best solar cells. It seamlessly enhances any product in both natural and artificial light. Exeger’s vision is of a better world where any surface can be power generating through ambient light. The company’s goal is to change the perception of available energy by integrating self-power into everyday devices, the brighter the better. Effortless and endless energy will drive global change into a new age of innovation and sustainability. www.exeger.com
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