These projects are a selection of ventures Lindhea is or has been active in. We are always looking for new, promising ideas to get on board with!


Graphmatech is a spin-out from Uppsala University, founded in 2017. 

The goal of the company is to commercialize the revolutionary ionic nanocomposite Aros Graphene®, that solves the agglomeration issues of graphene and enables full-scale implementation of graphene properties. 

This new material open up a wide range of possible applications, ranging from thermal management in electronics to lubricant-free bearings and energy storage.

Peafowl Solar Power

Peafowl Solar Power is a spin-off from Uppsala university, Sweden, developing a new kind of groundbreaking plasmonic solar cell technology. The cells can be made highly transparent and in customized colors, fit for integration into plethora of devices and wearables without compromising aestetics. The company was founded in 2018.

Disruptive Materials

Disruptive Materials is a spin-out from the Department of Nanotechnology at Uppsala University.

The goal of the company is to commercialize the revolutionary supermaterial Upsalite®, that already has got worldwide attention and thousands of customer requests. 

The record properties of this material open up a wide range of possible applications, ranging from drug delivery to dehumidification, OLED-screens, gas purification, dish-washers, energy saver in indoor climate systems and several more.

Disruptive Materials was founded in 2013.


Since its foundation in 2010, Solelia Greentech has become the largest provider of solar chargers for electrical vehicles in Scandinavia, enabling drivers of electric vehicles to charge with 100{224f341f984000dd9d131e7031df4bd8b6b27386c879e791a53f3c95f5bd9895} solar energy. Aside from clean energy, Solelia also provides complete solutions for charging with financing, personal branding and service. Customers are real estate companies, municipalities, shopping centers and business organizations, looking for truly non-polluting, locally produced energy to charge cars with.


Forsnetics was founded in 2015, as a spinoff from the hydropower group at Uppsala University. The company has invented a component, a magnetic thrust bearing, that reduces frictions in hydro-power generators by over 80{224f341f984000dd9d131e7031df4bd8b6b27386c879e791a53f3c95f5bd9895}! The technology enables oil-free stations and increased reliability of operation. Forsnetics has won several prizes including Venture Cup and has gotten funding from the Swedish Energy Agency as well as the EU through KIC Innoenergy.


NanoForum is the annual Nordic conference on nanotechnology, advanced materials, and business opportunities in these fields. The conference brings together the key entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, and policymakers in the Nordic Region.

Lindhea organized NanoForum 2017 in cooperation with SwedNanotech and the municipality of Uppsala. Speakers Lindhea could attract high-profile speakers like Maria Stromme, Molly Stevens, and James Tour.  


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