SolTech Energy Sweden AB (publ) begins trading of shares on the Alternativa market on 17 March 2010.
SolTech Energy develops and sells an air-based solar energy system based on multi-year research at the Royal institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH). The System is part of a building’s outer shell in the form of a roof and / or a wall of glass and acts both as climate protection, active insulation and solar energy system. The system is suitable for all types of properties – from single family houses to multifamilybuildings, commercial properties and real estate.
In autumn of 2009, SolTech conducted a new issue of 9.5 million SEK. The issue was oversubscribed and the company currently has approximately 700 shareholders. SolTech is currently operating in Sweden and Spain. The first commercial product was launched in 2009 and with a strong financial position the company can now focus on sales and continued product development.
SolTechs financial information has been received the assessment VG (Approved with Distinction). Financial information will be made available at www.soltechenergy.se, under the heading “About Us – Investor Relations”.
- “We look forward to start trading in the SolTech share. The company has many shareholders who will receive an organized liquidity in the stock. It also gives our investors an investment opportunity into “Cleantech”, something we have lacked since Eolus Wind went on to the NASDAQOMX First North marketplace, commented Alternativas CEO Mark Muth.
- “We are delighted to now be able to offer trading in our stock — something that had been requested by our shareholders and other stakeholders. We believe that the Alternativa market place solution suits us as a small expanding “cleantech company” with a focus on growth, technology development and cost control, “says SolTech Energy’s CEO Frederic Telander in a comment.
Contact Alternativa stock market:
Mark Muth, President, Tel: 08 – 673 17 90
SolTech Energy Sweden AB (publ):
Frederic Telander, CEO, Tel: 08 – 441 88 40
Read the press release in its entirety here (Swedish).
(This is a translation of a Swedish original. Should there be any discrepancies between the two, the Swedish original will have priority.)