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.
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.
We are thrilled to be part of this years Innovation World Cup series at Hannover Messe. We'll be competing in the following categories: ST Industrial innovators & IoT innovators. Come see us at the pitch & award ceremony the 1st of june!
Ligna Energy is a start-up with the mission to supply the world with a safe and sustainable way of storing energy. The Swedish deep tech company is now worth about €10M and is heading for a bright future with a vast expansion potential.
Startup 4 Climate is the biggest energy innovation challenge in northern Europe and we are super proud to say we are the winners. We can now call ourselves one of the most prominent climate innovations in Sweden!
Ligna is now fully investing in developing a small printed component that stores energy - primarily to support energy harvesters of various kinds, such as Epishine's solar cells - but in the long term intended as a catalog product that can be purchased separately.
Ligna Energy have successfully closed an internal investment round of 4.1 MSEK. The focus of this investment is to progress the development of our sensor powering battery and entering the IoT market. We see a very good fit between our sustainable materials technology and the applications relating to this growing [...]
Ligna Energy AB is preparing for a bright future. The worlds energy system needs new solutions for storing energy, as triggered by the electrification and the shift towards fossil free energy sources such as sun and wind.
Ligna Energy have developed a new battery technology with a low environmental footprint, low cost and great safety which is made out of residue material from the forest industry. For the past six months they've been making great progress and are now able to produce the batteries through printed technologies.