SolTech Energy has – through the founding of a company jointly owned by SolTech and the Chinese firm, Advanced Solar Power Hangzhou Inc.(ASP) – become an actor in the Chinese energy market. Read about this business venture and see an overview map of the completed and planned installations in China.
Regardless of whether you have an industrial building, an office building, an apartment building or some other large building facility, you should look into the possibility of lowering its electricity and heating costs with the aid of the building’s roof – or facade. Here, we show you how!
Advanced SolTech Sweden AB (publ) quarterly report second quarter 2019
ASAB is owned by 51 percent of SolTechs Energy Sweden AB (publ) (“SolTech”) and 49 percent by Advanced Solar Power Hong Kong (ASP). ASAB’s function within the SolTech Group is...Read more
SolTech Energy Sweden AB (publ) quarterly report for April - June 2019
Continued strong development quarter 2 – an increase of 371 percent compared to quarter 2, 2018 SolTech Energy delivers another good quarter with revenue of SEK 92.3 million (SEK 19.6...Read more
SolTech's ASRE in China receives new order from real estate company in Hangzhou
SolTech Energy’s joint venture in China, Advanced SolTech Renewable Energy Hangzhou Co. Ltd., ASRE, has signed an order with Hangzhou Yuhang Wanda Plaza Real Estate Co. Ltd. The order applies...Read more
All solar plants in China have managed the typhoon Lekima well
ASRE, ASAB’s Chinese subsidiary, has not suffered any personal injuries and is reporting marginal material damage due to typhoon Lekima, which advanced over the east coast of China this weekend....Read more
We have long known that solar energy is the best form of renewable energy in terms of both capacity and environmental friendliness. But it is only now that technological development has made solar power commercially viable on a large scale.
We have taken into account every aspect of the whole and offer flexible systems where you can easily integrate sun shading and solar cells in the facade of a building in order to obtain a total solution with significant energy savings.