Since the company was founded in 2004, Midsummer has had sustainability in its focus, and the new report is the first of an annual series that describes, among other things, how the company works to counteract climate change, how the company's solar cells can become even more sustainable, and how Midsummer's solar cells stand up compared to other technologies with regard to climate impact seen over a life cycle.
“We want our customers to be convinced that our solar panels are designed and manufactured to be safe and durable,” said Sven Lindström, CEO, Midsummer. “Midsummer as a company will continue to be an active player in the solar cell market with our commitment to the entire life cycle and over the entire life of the product.”
Read more about Midsummer's work with sustainability here. The Impact Report itself can be found here (In English).
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Midsummer is a Swedish solar energy company that develops and markets equipment for the production of thin film solar cells and also manufactures, sells and installs solar roofs. The solar cells are of CIGS technology and thin, light, flexible, discreet and with a minimal carbon footprint compared with other solar panels.
The solar roofs are produced in Sweden using the company’s own unique DUO system which has taken the position as the most widespread manufacturing tool for flexible CIGS solar cells in the world. The Company’s shares (MIDS) are traded on Nasdaq First North Growth Market with G&W Fondkommission as Certified Adviser, phone: +46 (0)8-503 000 50, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please visit: midsummer.se