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Nanopac Innovation Limited Launches Initiatives to Launch Production Facilities for Manufacturing of Nano Solar Cell Panels and Nano Valley Project

Source: MarketWired

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - May 22, 2015) - Nanopac Innovation Limited, a nanotechnology firm currently trading on the National Stock Exchange of Australia under symbol (NSX: NNO) as well as on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange as (FRANKFURT: NNPA.DE) and (FRANKFURT: NNPA.F), accordingly, has identified a new opportunity to manufacture first of its kind Nanotechnology Solar Cells, an advanced technology in the clean and renewable energy sector which can be used to power handheld electronic devices, outdoor lighting for restaurants, hospitals and hotels, as well as a number of other applications.

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Nanopac Lists on NSX

Wednesday 23rd July 2014


The National Stock Exchange of Australia, Australia's second largest listing market is pleased to welcome Nanopac Innovation Limited (NSX: NNO) to the NSX official list. Trading commenced today, 23rd July 2014.

The Nanopac Group commences business in 2001 and is engaged in research and development, manufacture, distribution and servicing of nanotechnology materials and products from bases in Malaysia and Korea. Nanopac is now moving to establish production facilities for its new Nano Solar Cell. Nanopac Innovation was recently established as the parent of the Nanopac Group of Companies.

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Nanopac sees transforming industry with new solar cells

PUCHONG: The wide potential in harvesting one of Malaysia's best resources could be realised when Nanopac (M) Sdn Bhd commercialises its third generation solar cells that promise to revolutionise the photovoltaics industry.

However, in order to do that, the company has to seek Malaysian investors to enable plans of moving its South Korean research base to the Klang Valley.

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Cheaper Solar Power Output

Nanopac to exploit vast swathes of glass around urban buildings

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian nanotechnology developer, Nanopac (M) Sdn Bhd, is looking to commercialise its third-generation solar cells and transfer operations from South Korea to the Klang Valley.

Malay Mail News Report - Cheaper Solar Power OutputNanopac chief executive officer Datuk Dr Cheng Kok Leong said, "it is cheaper to launch and produce our cells in Malaysia, and we have more sun that South Korea. We also want to locate this project in Malaysia because we have government support."

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UKM Tech to Manufacture Nanotechnology Products with Nanopac

UKM Tech to Manufacture Nanotechnology Products with Nanopac

BANGI, 5 May, 2011 – UKM Tech a wholly owned UKM technology transfer company is to collaborate with Nanopac (M) Sdn Bhd to manufacture and distribute nano based products to the market.

UKM Technology Sdn Bhd was set up in 2009 to accelerate the commercialisation of UKM’s R&D to global level while Nanopac was set up in 2003 to carry out R&D, manufacture and distribute nanotechnology products to the market.

A MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) was signed by the two companies to strengthen, promote and develop nanotechnology research and products for five years. It was signed by Encik Ikmaludin Ismail, CEO of UKM Tech and Dato Dr Cheng Kok Leong, CEO of Nanopac at UKM Tech in Bangunan Wawasan UKM here yesterday.

Both companies will cooperate to promote co-branding of their products, develop their product networks, collaborate in R&D, product outsourcing as well as other areas of co-operation.

They will collaborate not only on the basis of income-generation but also lifting the quality of life through technology development and innovation to benefit society and the world.

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Prof Dr Rahmah Mohamed, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation Affairs), senior staff of the two companies and other senior UKM staff.

Original article available here: UKM Tech