Nobel Sustainability® Supported Clean Tech Company Awards
The recognition “Nobel Sustainability® Supported Clean Tech Company” has been given to
companies holding outstanding and scalable energy technologies enabling an acceleration of the
sustainability transition and access to renewable modalities. NST endeavoured through this
recognition to successfully push forward the implementation and awareness of these technologies. The
“Nobel Sustainability® Supported Clean Tech Company” was first awarded in October 2012.
Companies named “Nobel Sustainability® Supported Clean Tech Company” include:
Azuri Technologies – Eight19 Ltd
Awarded in Copenhagen for a revolutionary “Pay-As-You-Go-Solar” low cost distribution modelmaking solar energy available to all in developing countries. Azuri Technologies Ltd also develops
through Eight19 Ltd a ground-breaking organic solar film.
Sunpartner Group – WYSIPS
Awarded in Vienna for its revolutionary transparent and low cost solar film technology making the use
of solar energy possible on multiple surfaces. The WYSIPS (what you see is photovoltaic surface)
technology has such various application areas as smart houses and smart cities, transport,
communication devices and even textiles. Sunpartner also develops a revolutionary middle
concentration photovoltaic technology through Axiosun.
Awarded in Copenhagen at the Copenhagen Clean-tech Cluster annual event. The GreenWave
Reality Home2Cloud solution engages consumers in their energy consumption by making it visible
and manageable. The platform makes it easy and practical to connect and manage all consuming
devices to the Internet including electrical appliances, thermostats and LED-lights so they can be
easily managed and controlled through a single interface. Users can now see and understand their
energy consumption, and utility companies gain improved control of production optimization as they
can monitor consumption in real time and more accurately predict peaks and lows in consumption.
NST and Michael Nobel have in addition organised or sponsored scientific events in Japan each year
since 2007. The 2017 meeting was dedicated to the use of hydrogen for propulsion of vehicles and for
the operations of fixed installations. The 2018 symposium will be dedicated to methods for storage of