MIMSI Materials awarded funding by EIT RawMaterials
EIT Raw Materials has granted MIMSI Materials €200,000 to further the development of a commercially viable transparent conductive metal to replace indium tin oxide (ITO) in state-of-the-art heterojunction solar cells. This will address critical raw material challenges faced in the scaling of heterojunction PV manufacturing in Europe.
ALMI Greentech invests in MIMSI Materials
MIMSI Materials enters into agreement with Materion
MIMSI Materials awarded Energimyndigheten grant
MIMSI Materials enters into verification agreement
MIMSI Materials has entered into a technology verification agreement with NSG Pilkington. The customer will evaluate the commercial viability of integrating MIMSI-Ag within their proprietary low-emissivity (low-e) coating stack.
MIMSI Materials awarded Vinnova IP strategy grant
Vinnova continues support of MIMSI Materials
Vinnova has awarded MIMSI Materials a grant of 900 000 SEK (within their program Innovative Startups – phase 2) to support the continued development of their novel alloy material for use in low-emissivity (low-e) glazing applications.
MIMSI Materials awarded Vinnova grant
Vinnova, the Swedish governmental agency for innovation systems, has awarded a grant of 300 000 SEK (within their program Innovative Startups – phase 1) to MIMSI Materials to support the development of their novel alloy material for use in low-emissivity (low-e) glazing applications.