Epishine, a pioneering Swedish energy impact company, has announced the launch of their new solar cell factory with a capacity of one hundred million modules per year. This expansion into a larger state-of-the-art roll-to-roll facility is a direct result of the growing market interest across industries and a wide range of applications.
In a groundbreaking move toward advancing smart building solutions, industry leaders Sally R (Västerås, Sweden) a pioneer in smart building control, leading sensor supplier ELSYS (Umea, Sweden), and indoor solar cell manufacturer Epishine (Linköping, Sweden) have joined forces to provide a complete solution. The collaboration is simplifying sustainable building practices, where all aspects of smart building management are taken into consideration. Importantly, this partnership underscores indoor solar cells as a pivotal power source for sensors, marking a new era in building optimisation.
Epishine, a Swedish energy impact company renowned for their printed solar cells, announces a strengthening of their executive leadership team. Anders Kottenauer, a seasoned industry leader with an exceptional track record in commercial scaling, will assume the role of Epishine's new Chief Executive Officer starting in October. With extensive expertise within the electronics industry and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) relationships, he is ideally positioned to navigate Epishine through its next growth phase. His leadership is particularly valuable at this juncture, as the company is gaining heightened interest from major tech giants.