Solar panel developer Sol Voltaics, a spin-out of Lund University, receives $6m from Swedish Energy Agency.

The Swedish Energy Agency (SEA) has provided a $6m loan to Lund spin-out Sol Voltaics to further the commercial development of its Solink product.

The solar panel technology utilises an economical nanomaterial which the Sweden-based spin-out believes would increase energy efficiency in the renewable fuel source by up to 25%. In addition, Solink is relatively inexpensive to utilise as it can be applied to traditional solar panels using standard equipment towards the end of a panel’s production cycle.

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