Author: Olivia Falklind
Swedish Climate Startup Map
We are thrilled to announce that BatteryLoop is one of the 108 startups featured on the Swedish Climate Startup Map. This new initiative aims to showcase innovative startups developing innovations with the potential to help accelerate the green transition. The project is led by Chalmers Ventures, Dalarna Science Park, Ignite Sweden, LEAD, SISP and Sting […]
Welcome to BatteryLoop, Jessica!
BatteryLoop continues to grow – today we welcome Jessica Mitrosbaras. Jessica has a background managing professionals from Embedded SW/systems, Data Analytics and Project Management, working with matching right competences with customer’s needs. She has a broad network within the Automotive, IT and Telecom industries. In previous roles her responsibilities have been in developing and working […]
BatteryLoop has received an order of six energy storage systems.
With increased electricity prices and lack of power in the country, solutions like energy storage systems becomes more important. Stena Fastigheter has ordered six BatteryLoop energy storage systems BLESS™ I.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
From all of us at BatteryLoop we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Don’t forget to recharge your batteries during the holidays.
Welcome to BatteryLoop, Per!
We are very happy about the continuous growth of BatteryLoop! Today we welcome Per Haddäng to the Team. Per has worked in the automotive industry for almost 10 years including working at Volvo IT, Volvo Cars and CEVT. Since, Per was part of starting DidUp, a consultancy firm specializing on IT, business development and cloud […]
Welcome to BatteryLoop, Shivadeep!
We are very happy about the continuous growth of BatteryLoop! Today we welcome Shivadeep Maheshwar to the team. Shivadeep studied at Chalmers University of Technology and has since worked at Volvo Cars for four years as a System Tester and one year as Sub Function Responsible. “The feeling is very positive and the vibes here […]
Sea Li-ion – electrifying the maritime sector
Today, many shipowners are considering battery power for propulsion. However, what is holding them back is the availability of shore-side power, the slow speed of charging and the capacity for it.