Estonian Solar Power Innovators: Transforming Tallinn’s Renewable Energy Landscape

Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, with its rapidly advancing technological sector, is arguably the tech capital of Europe. The city celebrates a rich array of tech companies, especially in the renewable energy sector which is home to several cutting-edge solar companies that emphasize sustainable energy solutions. This article shines a light on the companies based in this city that operate within the solar industry, offering insights into their roles, impact, and the extent of their reach within the industry.

These companies have a shared goal of creating a greener future through the power of solar energy. By harnessing the power of the sun, they offer sustainable and efficient solutions that promote the use of renewable energy and contribute to the global reduction of carbon emissions.

Let’s delve into these Tallinn-based solar company profiles to understand more about their operations, industry impact, and their drive towards a cleaner and sustainable energy future.

Founded by Andres Anijalg, Andri Jagomägi, and Raimond Russak, works primarily in the building material, manufacturing, and solar industries. The company designs, manufactures, and builds 2-in-1 building-integrated solar roofs. These solar roofs not only provide shelter but also produce electricity using high-tech solar technology. They aim to provide premium customers with a beautiful design solution for a competitive price that integrates seamlessly with the architecture of a building. Connect with them on their Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

Nelja Energia AS

Nelja Energia AS, a key player in the energy, industrial manufacturing, renewable energy, and solar sectors, is focused on the development of renewable energy sources – predominantly water, wind, sun, and biomass. The company trades in energy and performs economic analyses on renewable energy, apart from developing wind parks and operating power production. You can learn more about their work on their LinkedIn page.

Hyperion Fund

The Hyperion Fund operates within the energy, renewable energy, and solar industries. This solar power investment company finances and manages the construction of solar production facilities in key markets around the globe, with a particular focus on high-return emerging markets. Stay up-to-date with their operations by following them on Twitter, Facebook or by checking out their company profile on LinkedIn.

Soil Grid

SoilGrid operates across agriculture, cryptocurrency, energy, renewable energy, and solar industries. Their innovative solution connects solar-powered irrigation systems to a network where energy can be traded in a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) manner on the blockchain. Follow them on Twitter for the latest updates.

Flydog Marine

Electronics, energy, industrial, manufacturing, oil and gas, and solar – the Flydog Marine have their hands full in various sectors. Founded by Andri Laidre and Karl Vene, they have been part of multiple interdisciplinary projects involving mechanics, industrial design, electronics, HMI, engineering, and prototyping.


Majakliima, an energetic force in the energy, energy efficiency, mechanical engineering, professional services, and solar sectors, are also based in Tallinn.

Written by Mark Smith

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