BatteryLoop Giving Old Batteries New Life
” Transport accounts for about 1/5 of all CO2 emissions worldwide. Electric cars are a part of the solution, but the batteries are usually not used to their full potential. In fact, the batteries that are no longer useful in vehicles still have about 80 % capacity left. Swedish company BatteryLoop wants to give the […]
Bus batteries well suited for energy storage
This article from Johanneberg Science Park describes a successful use of bus batteries as energy storage at the Stena Property residential area Fyrklövern.
HiQ & BatteryLoop develop more efficient charging infrastructure
In collaboration with HiQ, BatteryLoop is now developing a digital platform that makes it possible to maximize power in the charging infrastructure.
Interview with BatteryLoop’s MD
Read the article about BatteryLoop's CEO Rasmus Bergström in the Swedish leadership magazine Chef.
Master’s thesis about flexibility markets
"The important thing now is to create financial and organizational opportunities for actors to participate," says Gustav Bjerre and Daniel Granath, who just finished their Master's thesis about flexibility markets.
New members in the BatteryLoop team
We are very happy to announce two new members in our team at BatteryLoop.
New article about BatteryLoop in Dagens Industri
Another great article (in Swedish) about BatteryLoop and our solutions in the Swedish business daily, Dagens Industri. This time with focus on the installation at Essity’s office in Mölndal, Göteborg. https://www.di.se/hallbart-naringsliv/kliver-in-pa-marknad-vard-500-miljarder-stenabolag-ger-batterier-nytt-liv