Plastic-based innovation to be presented at Stockholm Design Week

One World Solar Collector listed in the Green Selection 2016.

Photo credit: White lobster
Until 13th February 2016 the One World Solar Collector can be seen at the Trade Fair Centre in Stockholm.

Photo credit: White lobster

Sunlumo’s innovative One World Solar Collector has recently been nominated for the Green Product Award. The polymer-based collector is now on the Green Selection list. “In addition, our product will be present at the Stockholm Design Week”, Sunlumo CEO Robert Buchinger announces. The show will be held from 9th to 13th February 2016 at the Trade Fair Centre in Stockholm.

Perg/Stockholm, 10 February 2016 – “Stockholm Design Week is the world’s largest meeting for global trends”, says Robert Buchinger. Entirely made of polymeric material, the One World Solar Collector is one of the many innovative creations and novelties to be presented to thousands of interested trade fair visitors from February 9th to 13th in Stockholm this year. The One World Solar Collector has also been nominated for the Green Product Award, an international award for innovative and sustainable designer products and concepts. Submissions must arrive by the end of February 2016 and will be evaluated by an expert jury, including representatives from the design, science, and industry sectors.

Winner of the international audience award to be determined by online voting
Green Product Award submissions will be assessed with regard to certain criteria including design, innovation and sustainability. Products will be judged for originality, feasibility, and relevance. Each category will have two winners, a professional and a newcomer. Student papers will be evaluated in their own category “University”. Submissions for the international audience award will be voted on online from June onwards and the award will be presented in October 2016. Green Selection participants, such as Sunlumo, will additionally be given the opportunity to present their innovation in the main exhibition. The competition was first held in 2014, and projects from more than 25 countries have been handed in so far. Last year, the submitted innovations attracted more than 250,000 visitors to various international trade fairs and design festivals.

Corporate data
Sunlumo Technology GmbH is an international solar company with offices in Austria, China, India and the USA. The company mainly focuses on green technology, solar-thermal engineering, research, development and trade. Sunlumo chiefly targets investors for innovative projects, partners for the development of new technologies in Europe and Asia, as well as dealers in the field of environmental technology. Another key feature of its service range is industrial design for solar energy applications. The managing partners and project managers of Sunlumo, Robert Buchinger and Markus Barek, are also DIN CERTCO-accredited auditors for Solar Keymark certification.

For more information go to: www.sunlumo.at