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Make a Difference.

When investing in Peafowl Plasmonics you help reducing carbon emissions, energy consumption and the use of harmful, toxic and rare materials.

When investing in Peafowl Plasmonics you contribute to digitalisation, improved living standards and the beauty that comes with considerate design.

When investing in Peafowl Plasmonics you support beautiful technology that makes our world greener, smarter and more sustainable!

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Peafowl Plasmonics closed a successful seed round investment in April 2022. The focus now is to commercialise our plasmonic light harvesting technology together with commercial partners and customers.

We expect to initiate the next funding round in about 18 months. If you are an impact investor with great interest and understanding for science based technology, and looking for a solution that will disrupt the view on energy harvesting, sign up for our Investor Letter and/or send us a message!

Investor letter


Cristina Paun

R&D Engineer

Jacinto Sá



Sareh Götelid


Members of the Board

Regina Sipos

Head of the Board

Jörgen Bodin

Investment Manager, Almi Invest GreenTech

Anna Haupt

Investment Director, Industrifonden

Alex Basu

Investment Director, Navigare Ventures

Cristina Paun

Co-founder, Peafowl Plasmonics


Maria Strömme

Professor of Nanotechnology and Functional Materials, Uppsala University

Tomas Edvinsson

Professor of Solid State Physics, Uppsala University

Loredana Protesescu

Assistant Professor of Nanomaterials Chemistry, Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials, University of Groningen

Markus Berglund

Investment Manager, EIT InnoEnergy

Erick Leite Bastos

Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry, Departamento de Química Fundamental, University of São Paulo

About us

Peafowl Plasmonics is a spin-out from Ångström Laboratory of Uppsala University, Sweden. The company was founded in 2018 to commercialize the world’s first direct plasmonic solar cell, with applications in self-powered dynamic windows and integrated power supply for smart sensors and electronic devices.