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Ligna has been granted funds by Vinnova to research new bio-based raw materials for future energy storage solutions.

For us at Ligna Energy it is important to keep researching new innovative bio-based raw materials for our future energy storage solutions. That’s why we’re thrilled to say we’ve been granted funds by Vinnova to research melanin produced by residues from the forest and paper industry. In this project we’ll collaborate with RISE, Ragn-Sells & Rottneros Bruk. 

Av |2022-12-08T16:10:09+01:002022-12-08|Okategoriserade|Kommentarer inaktiverade för Ligna has been granted funds by Vinnova to research new bio-based raw materials for future energy storage solutions.

Swedish supercapacitor made of forest materials rolls out – interview in Ny Teknik (Swedish)

"Connected sensors can keep track of air quality and temperature in buildings. But then they need power. The wood-based supercapacitor from Ligna Energy is now being evaluated by several companies."

Av |2022-11-25T10:08:18+01:002022-11-16|Okategoriserade|Kommentarer inaktiverade för Swedish supercapacitor made of forest materials rolls out – interview in Ny Teknik (Swedish)

After the wooden battery innovation – Ligna Energy releases their product for the IoT-market

The company Ligna Energy introduces an organic re-chargeable storage solution that is suitable for powering sensors and other low power devices. The new “S-Power” offers a more sustainable and safer alternative for storing energy in thin IoT-devices, to a competitive price.

Av |2022-09-14T13:39:29+02:002022-09-14|Okategoriserade|Kommentarer inaktiverade för After the wooden battery innovation – Ligna Energy releases their product for the IoT-market

Interview with Tidningen Energi (Swedish)

Wood-based batteries made with a roll-to-roll format. In the Norrköping company Ligna Energy's batteries, the metals have been replaced with organic materials. In the first step, the batteries will be used for sensors - but in the long run there is potential to build larger stationary energy storage.

Av |2022-05-25T11:12:20+02:002022-05-25|Okategoriserade|Kommentarer inaktiverade för Interview with Tidningen Energi (Swedish)