Green Electronics on display in the Swedish Pavilion at LOPEC 2023

Published On: 2023-02-202.1 min read

The Swedish pavilion at LOPEC 2023, Messe München Exhibition Center, 1st and 2nd March, in Hall: B0 Booth: 407, led by Norrköping Science Park (NOSP) in Sweden, showcases six different companies in the emerging field of flexible, organic, bio-based, and printed electronics (OPE). All companies have emerged from university spinouts, start-ups and scale-ups to internationally acclaimed contenders. This novel field of green electronics creates the potential for more sustainable and cost-efficient products, through innovative designs containing new renewable materials, having a reduced environmental footprint in the complete value chain from production and distribution to usage and end-of-life. 

In Norrköping, entrepreneurs or corporations of any size, wanting to start or accelerate their OPE ventures, can get access to a comprehensive ecosystem including, but not limited to: The combined research capabilities at Linköping University and Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE); Digital Cellulose Centre (DCC); the business incubator LEAD; the prototyping and piloting facility Printed Electronics Arena (PEA); the OPE business accelerator HOPE; the innovation network GIVE; the European Digital Innovation Hub Aero EDIH; the internationalization support organisation Business Sweden; and the Science Park NOSP – all offering various types of innovation support. 

Paving the way for the journey towards a climate-neutral society, the following companies will be showcasing their solutions and how they in a tangible way contribute to a brighter future: 

  • Cellfion – Bio-based, ion-exchange membranes for hydrogen fuel cells, Redox Flow batteries and other electrochemical applications.
  • DP Patterning together with Avery Dennison Hanita  Innovative technology and materials for flexible printed circuit boards.
  • n-ink – High-performing n-type conductive inks. 
  • Ligna Energy – Sustainable energy storage from our forests.
  • – Affordable tools for electrochemical setups.
  • Ynvisible Production – Ynvisible, a printed e-paper display company and printed electronics manufacturer.

We would love to see you at LOPEC where you first hand can find out more about the work of the above companies and what our ecosystem could do for you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us for support. Wir sehen uns in München! 

For more information about LOPEC 2023:  Press accreditation here:   

Contact persons for Norrköping Science Park in Sweden: 

Dag Forsén
+46 701 43 62 64

Jessica Sandin
+46 768 11 96 01

Norrköping Science Park is a Swedish innovation environment located adjacent to Campus Norrköping, Linköping University. Norrköping Science Park conducts activities in several areas linked to research, start-ups, international cooperation and business development in flexible, printed, bio-based and organic electronics.