B-Solar, which was founded in December 2007, develops and manufactures unique photovoltaic cells which generate 15-20% more electricity than cells presently in the market. B-Solar's technology allows industrial production of high-efficiency photovoltaic cells at competitive costs.
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B-Solar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was B-Solar founded?
B-Solar was founded in 2007.
What is B-Solar's latest funding round?
B-Solar's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did B-Solar raise?
B-Solar raised a total of $3M.
Who are the investors of B-Solar?
Investors of B-Solar include Genesis Partners.
Who are B-Solar's competitors?
Competitors of B-Solar include Nxedge, SoloPower, Accustrata, Tisol, Jem Enterprises and 13 more.
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