Sol Voltaics raises $21.3m to roll out solar efficiency breakthrough

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Sol Voltaics raises $21.3m to roll out solar efficiency breakthrough

Solar tech specialists claim new technology will increase conventional solar panel efficiency by up to 50 per cent

Swedish solar technology firm Sol Voltaics has raised $21.3m to help commercialise its new technology for boosting solar panel efficiency, delivering the largest finance raise for a European solar technology...

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