Veckans Affärer (Business Week) writes about our Africa visions

13 April, 2016

Veckans Affärer (Swedish Business Week) makes a big story about our solar cells and we have the opportunity to speak about our vision to provide Africa with portable energy.



Mr Milestone One

5 April, 2016

Anders makes measurements on our first prototype that meets the criteria of Milestone 1 (of 10) in our commercialization project.

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Linköping’s University publishes movie about our solar cells

16 March, 2016

Linköping’s University has published a number of short movies about exciting research projects at the institution, including the research behind our solar cells.


Epishine in the Swedish Television News

7 December, 2015

SVT (the Swedish public service broadcaster) makes a brief report about Epishines solar cells.



Epishine won inventor price

23 November, 2015

Epishine won first prize when Almi Väst invited to a pitch competition to find ideas that can become viable businesses of the future.


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Venture Arena

16 November, 2015

We presented our product at the event Venture Arena in Linköping to start making contacts with the business community and investors in the region.



Epishine among Sweden’s 10 most innovative entrepreneurs

10 November, 2015

Epishine is representated when Swedish Incubators and the foundation Åforsk appoints this year’s 10 most innovative entrepreneurs.

Read more at Redit…

Read more at Swedish Incubators and Science Parks…


Interview with Emma Woxlin and Gabriella Hjält

5 November, 2015

Female Leader Engineer is interviewing Emma Woxlin (Epishine) and Gabriella Hjält who both made it into their top 20 list for this year’s award.



Epishine winners in Venture Cup West

27 October, 2015

Despite tough competition with many other exciting startups we today had the news that Epishine is the winner of the category “Environment and Energy” in Venture Cup West!



The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation supports organic solar cell research

8 August, 2015

In recent years, funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation has been crucial for research on organic solar cells at Linköping University, now spun off in Epishine.