Heliatek maintains its lead in OPV commercialization with an €80 million Series D – the last developer standing

Heliatek (see the February 17, 2016 LRSJ) announced it has raised €80 million ($88 million) in a Series D to fund an expansion of its manufacturing capacity to 1 million m2 per year of its organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells. An equity portion of €42 million was led by Innogy SE and also included Engie...

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