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Four EIT InnoEnergy portfolio companies among the Top 33 tech companies in Sweden

Since 2008, the Swedish media Ny Teknik has been nominated every year Sweden’s 33 most promising young technology companies. The technology areas are broad, ranging from energy solutions to pharmaceuticals, from electric aircraft to steel manufacturing. But all 33 companies have one thing in common: they are based on their… Read More

Altris to Manufacture Sodium-ion Battery Cathode Material in Sandviken, Sweden

Sodium-ion battery cathode material producer and supported start-up Altris AB has signed a deal with Sandvik Materials Technology AB to house the company’s first industrial scale manufacturing facility in Sandviken, Sweden. The new facility, called ‘Ferrum’, will have the annual capacity to produce 2000 metric tonnes of Altris’ ground-breaking… Read More

Altris Secures €9.6 million in Series A Funding

Swedish sodium-ion battery company Altris AB has raised €9.6 Million (100 MSEK) in a Series A funding round. The funding secures Altris’ production scale-up of the company’s innovative battery cathode material, Fennac, to 2 000 tonnes, enabling 1 GWh of sustainable batteries and further research and development… Read More

Altris and NitroCapt ranked among the Nordic Cleantech Open Top 25

We are please to see two of EIT InnoEnergy supported start-ups ranked among the Nordic Cleantech Open Top 25 most innovative companies revealed today by Cleantech Scandinavia. The 10th edition of the Nordic Cleantech Open received 139 applications from the Nordics and the Baltics. These were assessed… Read More

Altris attracts new investments to support scale-up ambitions

“Altris has chosen a business model that makes it possible to quickly scale up and capture the great potential that exists around this new battery chemistry”, says Torbjörn Sternsjö, investor in the company and newly appointed board member. The company creates an opportunity for the world’s producers of lithium-ion batteries… Read More

Five EIT InnoEnergy-supported start-ups among the Top 33 tech companies in Sweden

For the 13th consecutive year, Ny Teknik (Swedish media) appointed Sweden’s 33 most promising young technology companies who have the greatest opportunity to become leaders in their field. The technology areas range from energy solutions to biotechnology and robotics, from AI to logistics solutions. But all 33 companies have one… Read More

Breakthrough for tomorrow’s sodium-ion battery

In 2016, three researchers at Uppsala University discovered a new, energy-efficient method of synthesizing Fennac®, otherwise known as Prussian white which is part of the Prussian blue analogue family of compounds. The company Altris AB was founded and since then the manufacturing process has developed fast. Read More