Exeger Sweden AB Revenue and Competitors



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  • Exeger Sweden AB's estimated annual revenue is currently $26.8M per year.(i)
  • Exeger Sweden AB's estimated revenue per employee is $159,500

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  • Exeger Sweden AB has 168 Employees.(i)
  • Exeger Sweden AB grew their employee count by 1% last year.

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What Is Exeger Sweden AB?

Exeger has developed the world's best indoor solar cell. Apart from generating the most power, it integrates seamlessly into other products, is light-weight, and environmentally friendly. These characteristics make it ideal for applications where design and functionality are fundamental aspects. The properties also make them attractive to use in many more buildings than those currently equipped with solar cells. Our focus is commercializing our solar cell. We have expanded our annual production capacity to 15 million tablet-sized solar cell to reach a global market with our first customer order. We currently have several projects with potential customers for joint development of commercial prototypes within the consumer electronics market. In January 2017, Fortum verified the industrial and market relevance with a 5MEUR investment in line with their vision to be the forerunner in clean energy. Exeger's goal is to accelerate the transition to clean energy and become Europe's next high-tech industrial company. In 2017, Exeger was presented with the award for EU-LIFE best of 25 years in the climate action category. Now, we have a product consumers want and need - power generated from the light around us. We will produce it in a way our clients require - under patent protection, in large volumes, and possible to integrate seamlessly in a range of products. It is an earnest combination of industrial and commercial focus that has taken us this far. That spirit will continue to guide us as we continue to develop Exeger.



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Exeger Sweden AB News

2022-04-17 - Growing Demand for Dye Sensitized Solar Cells Market with ...

Competitive Section: Photovoltaics Ltd, GCell, Dyenamo, Sono-Tek, Dyesol, Exeger Sweden AB, G24 Power, Fujikura, Solaris Nanosciences,...

2021-05-26 - Solar Cell Tech Company Exeger Raises $20 Million

Exeger — a Swedish company that produces Powerfoyle, a unique solar cell technology that transforms all forms of light into clean endless energy — announced recently that it has secured $20 million in debt financing. These are the details. Exeger — a Swedish company that produces Powerfoyle, a ...

2021-05-11 - Exeger Raises USD 38M in Funding

Giovanni Fili, CEO and Founder, Exeger Exeger, a Stockholm, Sweden-based company which produces solar cell technology (called Powerfoyle) that transforms all forms of light into clean, endless energy, secured USD 38m in financing. This included: USD 20m in debt financing, which were provided b ...

2021-05-11 - This Swedish startup has developed a material that converts any light to electrical energy; bags €31.2M

The future looks quite bright for renewable energies as different technological approaches are being pursued to convert them into electricity and fuels. Meet Exeger, a Swedish startup that transforms any form of light into electrical power through its unique solar cell technology to improve eve ...

2019-09-08 - Swedish Exeger receives additional investment from SoftBank

Swedish solar technology company, Exeger Operations AB, announces that SoftBank Group has executed another USD 10 million investment ...

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