Eight19, which takes its name from the time it takes sunlight to reach the earth - 8 minutes and 19 seconds - is a developer and manufacturer of third generation solar cells based on printed plastic. Originating from technology initially developed at Cambridge University in the UK, these flexible, robust, lightweight solar modules benefit from high-speed manufacturing and low fabrication costs. With a fraction of the embedded energy of conventional solar modules, printed plastic solar modules are particularly well suited to consumer and off-grid applications.
| As at 30 June 2016
| IP Group holding
|IP Venture Fund II* holding
* IP Group has a 33.3% interest economic interest in IP Venture Fund II
Holdings represent undiluted beneficial equity interest excluding debt