Peafowl listed among top 8 climate startups in Swedish climate challenge
Peafowl Solar Power has been listed among the top 8 startups with with ideas that can speed up the energy transition and steer the development towards the global goal of 1,5-degree warming. The nomination is done by Startup4Climate, a challenge aimed at startups and backed by GodEl and Ellevio, two of the Swedish energy market’s most well-known actors.
All shortlisted companies will pitch their ideas to our jury of experts later in the autumn, and the final winners will share a prize of SEK 2 million.
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