Masti 17 - Tallinn 11911 - Estonia

News

Sunly invests in solar panel producer Solarstone

Renewable energy company Sunly invests in the Estonian clean-tech start-up Solarstone, that produces building-integrated solar panels (BIPV) suitable for modern and traditional rooftops. Solarstone plans to enter foreign markets with the support of Sunly. “Roof and solar panels can be the same thing. Also, the solar panel may fit well architecturally with the building. We…
Read more

Sunly went to Opinion Festival by bikes

The seventh annual Opinion Festival took place in Paide in August. We joined the event without using fossil fuels – on our bikes! See more info at the Facebook event.

Sunly & Cleantech ForEst are creating a Clean-Tech Demo Centre

Sunly & Cleantech ForEst are creating a demo centre to promote sustainable technology at the Port of Power in Pirita, Estonia. The project will be completed this year and the first step is to map the companies in green technology that could be represented in the demo centre. The purpose of the project is to…
Read more

Sunly received a grant from the Green ICT programme

Sunly received support from the Norway Grants Green ICT programme to develop a map application for preselecting potential areas for renewable energy usage. ReFinder project run by Sunly’s team aims to aggregate different levels of information in the Baltic and Scandinavian countries and turn planning of renewable projects more efficient and user friendly. The programme “Green…
Read more

Sunly acquires seven solar park projects in Poland

Renewable energy company Sunly has recently made the decision to invest in seven industrial solar power installations in Poland near Krakow. The total capacity for these projects amounts to 7 MW.   Tadas Navickas, Sunly’s country manager in Lithuania and Poland, said that the company is proud to announce its first landmark. “Only a few months after starting…
Read more

Cleantech ForEst and Sunly establishing a unique startup center in Estonia

Renewable energy company Sunly and Estonian green innovation support organization Cleantech ForEst signed a collaboration agreement which also marks the beginning of establishing a new center for cleantech and energy technologies startups. Named Port of Power (PoP), the hub draws together companies from the relevant areas offering investments and access to regional and international network.  Cleantech ForEst CEO Erki Ani…
Read more

Financial boost from green investors to Estonian smart floor heating start-up

Smart Load Solutions (SLS) raised capital for development from the green investment focused Sunly Startup. The investment aids in developing a new function for the smart thermostat, which allows the consumers to rent out their floor heating to power grid operators, who will use it to stabilise the operation of the network.  Co-founder of SLS,…
Read more