JBL and Exeger Activates the Conscious Consumer for New Self-Charging Headphones
In response to growing consumer interest in sustainability, the prototype for the JBL Reflect Eternal is developed for music enthusiasts looking to implement greener habits into their audio world. This by using Exeger’s unique Powerfoyle material that is specifically engineered to generate power with indoor light and indirect sunlight.
The SoftBank Group Enters Strategic Partnership with Exeger and Invests to Accelerate Deployment of Exeger Solar Technology
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.
Exeger Årets nanoföretag 2015
Exeger utsågs på torsdagskvällen till Årets nanoföretag 2015. Utmärkelsen ges ut årligen för att uppmärksamma svensk nanoteknologi. Det är tredje året priset delas ut.
NLAB Solar announces intended name change to Exeger
The solar cell company NLAB Solar AB intends to change its name to Exeger Sweden AB. The name change emphasizes the transition from a small technology company to a commercial company with industrial scale production. Exeger alludes to the term exergy which is the portion of energy which can be converted to mechanical work through a technical process.
NLAB Solar's CEO, Giovanni Fili, participated in a roundtable discussion with U.S. Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu.
NLAB Solar's CEO, Giovanni Fili, participated in a roundtable discussion with U.S. Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu. There, Giovanni shared about NLAB Solar's cutting-edge clean energy solution. The roundatable discussion was organized by the Swedish American Green Alliance (SAGA), a clean energy partnership between the Government of Sweden and the U.S. Embassy in Sweden.
Swedish Energy Agency finances NLAB SOLAR’s factory
NLAB Solar has been granted a 60 MSEK loan by the Swedish Energy Agency (Energimyndigheten) to develop and demonstrate the industrial production of its new solar cell technology. The Swedish company has secured financing for the construction of one of the world's largest production facilities of Grätzel cells, the third generation of solar cells.
NLAB Solar attends Project Qatar 2012 in Doha, Qatar.
NLAB Solar attends Project Qatar 2012 in Doha, Qatar. This is the 9th International Construction, Building, Environmental Technology and Materials Exhibition that will see participation from over 1,750 firms from all over the world.
Enhanced diffusion through porous nanoparticle optical multilayers
NLAB Solar's CTO, Dr. Henrik Lindström, and our colleagues in Spain have published an article that demostrates improved mass transport through nanoparticle one-dimensional photonic crystals of enhanced porosity.
NLAB Solar is invited to attend the Solar Arabia Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
NLAB Solar is invited to attend the Solar Arabia Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It will bring together key policy-makers, government officials, investors and business conglomerates involved in shaping Saudi Arabia's solar energy future. Saudi Arabia will be investing USD$100 billion in the solar energy sector to achieve 5 gigawatts of solar generated power by 2020.
NLAB Solar attends Glass Performance Days 2011 in Tampere, Finland.
NLAB Solar attends Glass Performance Days 2011 in Tampere, Finland. It is a biennial event that showcases the most cutting-edge, quality presentations on all aspects of the glass industry.
NLAB SOLAR receives 3.8MSEK in funding from the Swedish Energy Agency
NLAB solar secures an additional SEK 3.8 million in financing from the Swedish Energy Agency, the government agency for national energy policy issues. The funds from the Swedish Energy Agency will be used to build Sweden’s first factory for production of 3rd generation solar cells, Dye Sensitised Solar Cells (DSC).
NLAB SOLAR finansieras med 3.8 miljoner kronor av Energimyndigheten
NLAB Solar får ytterligare 3,8 miljoner kronor i finansiering från statens Energimyndighet som sorterar under Näringsdepartementet. Finansieringen från Energimyndigheten kommer användas för att bygga Sveriges första pilotfabrik för tillverkning av tredje generationens solceller, färgsensiterade solceller (DSC).