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We’re part of the challengers for this years ’ABB Electrification Startup Challenge’!
We are super thrilled to share that we're part of this years ABB Electrification Startup Challenge. A competition where the winner gets to collaborate on a proof-of-concept with ABB, mentoring from Microsoft and other great things.
'Ben' is the result of a collaboration between Epishine, Ynvisible Interactive Inc & Ligna Energy. Three companies that are all producing sustainable electronics with roll-to-roll printing in Östergötland, Sweden. Ben measures carbon dioxide, temperature and relative humidity and transfers data via Bluetooth Low Energy. All the needed energy and power comes from [...]
Organic materials rises against lithium in the batteries of the future – Article in Dagens Industri (Swedish)
The Norrköping company Ligna Energy is in the process of proving its technology, which has attracted great interest. "There is nothing other than our ability to produce that sets the limits," says CEO Peter Ringstad.
Ligna Energy & Cebon Group partner up and receives major EU-grant for their go-to-market efforts.
We are very happy to officially announce our partnership with Cebon Group through their subsidiary Sparq Technology! They will support us in our go-to-market efforts with their long experience in the battery industry.
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.
Ligna Energy the winner of E-Prize 2022 – Energy Optimization
We are proud to say we are the winners of the category 'Energy Optimization' in this years E-Prize 2022!
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."
Ligna Energy presented by ’Just Have A Think’
David Borlace shares a brilliant presentation of the science behind our first product, the S-Power, on his Youtube-channel 'Just Have A Think'.
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.
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.
Ligna Energy at Hannover Messe
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 and Bright Day Graphene initiates cooperation
We are very happy to announce we’ve started collaborating with another prized Swedish startup, Bright Day Graphene. We invited their CEO and co-founder, Malin Alpsten, to tell you more.
Ligna Energy closes a new €1.3M financing round
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.
Ligna Energy covered in Swedish national news
Our CEO Peter Ringstad & CTO Jakob Nilsson are interviewed by SVT.