Sweden is well known for it’s all green and clean approach. A Swedish company called Exeger is on its way to make a breakthrough in solar energy technology by claiming to make the best solar cell made to date.
This claim of “World’s best solar cell” has caused SoftBank Group to double its an investment in the Swedish company to get this technology to the market. Exeter is developing flexible solar cells that are small and efficient enough to be affixed to and power gadgets such as wireless headphones and tablet computers using ambient light. The company also plans for its cells to be installed on cars, walls, blinds, furniture, and rooftops, which if it can achieve, would prove revolutionary to both the power industry and global environmental efforts. The company also has secured a strategic partnership with SoftBank subsidiary SB Energy Corp, which is designed to accelerate the rollout of Exeger’s technology globally. The SoftBank Group is extremely happy to support the global rollout of Exeger’s ground-breaking technology,” said Shigeki Miwa, General Manager of SoftBank Group’s CEO Project Office. “We are confident that Exeger’s carbon positive materials will dramatically transform people’s lifestyles and behaviour.” Exeger operates what it describes as “the world’s largest factory for printing solar cells”, a 300,000m2 facility in Stockholm, Sweden.
So, Sweden is all set to set another example in the now evergrowing industry of green and clean energy as it has been doing for the past few years and has become an expert in the field of clean energy.