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  • Jan Lundquist

    Head of Sales & Marketing


    +46 76 769 50 67
    http://www.nilar.com
  • Richard Howlett

    Head of US Department


    +1-720-446-0169
  • Matilda Ekman Vråmo

    Press contact


    +46 (0)8 768 00 00
    http://www.nilar.com
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    “It’s great to see the Nilar EC Home Box in operation in people’s homes. We expect to see more integrators incorporating the Nilar EC Home Box into their offerings shortly.”
    Jan Lundquist, Head of Sales & Marketing at Nilar
    With this technology breakthrough we have found a way to re-condition a battery,” says Professor Dag Noréus from Stockholm University. “Typically, in Hydride batteries, the metal hydride in one of the electrodes slowly consumes the water-based electrolyte, which connects the plus and minus poles. However, the unique design of Nilar batteries makes it possible to counteract this aging process of the metal hydride. Adding oxygen causes new water-based electrolyte to form in the battery. This replaces the lost electrolyte and restores the internal electrode balance. With the right balance of oxygen and hydrogen, Nilar batteries can reach a lifetime that surpasses other corresponding battery technologies.
    Professor Dag Noréus from Stockholm University
    A long service life is extremely important for our customers. Being able to offer the lowest cost energy storage solution to commercial real estate and private households gives us a huge competitive advantage. Research, development and innovation have always been an important part of our business and it is very satisfying to see our investments continue to give such good results. Protecting the environment is also one of our key drivers; being able to hugely extend the life of a battery is a big step towards a fossil-free and sustainable society.
    Nilar CEO, Marcus Wigren
    The European Union has set itself the goal of regaining leadership in the strategically important battery industry, and is committing significant supporting funds. With this fundamental innovation, we have laid the foundation for a new Swedish research-based battery industry. I believe Nilar is now a key player in this new European strategy and we will continue our fast move towards the company’s IPO.
    Michael Obermayer, Nilar’s Chairman of the Board
    A sustainable goal also includes sustainable batteries; The Nilar system is not only the safest battery in the market, they are also fully recyclable and contain no cadmium, mercury or lead. A logical choice for us!
    says Martijn Eelman, co-owner of Nieuw Leven
    Lithium-ion batteries are capable of storing relatively large amounts of energy in a small and lightweight package, which is why they are so widely used today – and there are currently no other viable alternatives for small devices or fully electric vehicles. However, this is not the case for heavy-duty equipment, hybrid-vehicles, and stationary energy storage applications, where the NiMH battery technology is a far more stable and reliable option
    Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar
    Lithium-ion batteries in general require a very strict safety region when it comes to upper voltage limits, temperature limits and current limits. If you pass these set limits, you come into the safety critical region where thermal runaway can be triggered by internal short circuits, during deep discharge or during over charge. NiMH batteries, on the other hand, are more robust and capable of managing various safety critical events such as electrical and mechanical abuse, critical environmental exposure and faulty workmanship
    Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar
    We all know that lithium-ion batteries will continue to spread, despite the dangers. But safety is not to be taken lightly and people should know that there are more robust technologies available. For a private home, office building, or at other public areas, NiMH batteries offer the safest energy storage solution available as they will not cause harm to homeowners, passersby or properties. Rather, they will provide energy as and when required
    Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar
    Over 10 years ago Nilar realized that low voltage solutions would eventually evolve into high voltage products. Judging by the interest we have seen this year; the market is finally ready. Today, we are positioned better than ever before to embrace this market. Our bi-polar technology is ideally suited for high voltage applications and we have continuously invested in that future. These investments gave Nilar products that are broad reaching, efficient, and safe. Nilar will therefore focus on three high-voltage segments going forward; EV-charge support, home/business storage and grid support
    Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar
    The fair truly exceeded our expectations. The industry is maturing and it´s clear that energy storage is not only a topic of the future - energy storage is a hot topic today and we are happy to be part of this transformation towards a greener energy thinking
    Erik Tolagen, Head of Sales and Marketing at Nilar.
    2017 is going to be an exciting year for the energy storage industry and Nilar in particular. Our rack solution is now being used for multiple smart grid applications around Europe, including charging stations for electric vehicles and distribution of renewable energy at office complexes
    says Marcus Wigren, CEO at Nilar
    As a supplier of cutting-edge industrial batteries, the show was a perfect fit for us. We did really well and gathered about 150 leads, which is 50% more than last year. The quality of the leads was also much better due to the fact that the market seems more mature now. This is also something we have noticed in the Netherlands, where we are currently live testing our technology in some really interesting projects
    says Jan Lundquist, Sales Manager at Nilar
    High voltage energy storage for smart grid applications is a clear trend right now. The advent of alternative energy sources such as wind and solar power has forced a transformation of the electrical grid. Our batteries can help harness much of the electricity that the grid cannot absorb, and then release it back to the grid over a longer period of time. The batteries are also modular and can withstand deep discharges without reducing cycle life, making them especially well suited for telecom applications. This year’s exhibition made it evident that these are the two areas where our high voltage systems have the greatest potential, and I believe we will make great progress here
    says Jan Lundquist, Sales Manager at Nilar
    The event was a great success and we’re very happy with Nilar’s involvement; they provided the energy storage component for the high voltage systems we’ve developed for bigger clients. While the other exhibitors could only showcase lithium-ion, we were able to introduce a storage solution based on the unique NiMH chemistry from Nilar. We also put a cutaway in front of the booth that revealed the bi-polar construction of the battery, and it became a real eye-catcher. Over 80% of our visitors asked about our solar energy system connected to energy storage from Nilar
    Jeroen Panis, Sales Manager at Indutecc
    Our bi-polar NiMH batteries represent a new generation of batteries that deliver high power instantly and can be charged very quickly. In 2014, these batteries were used to power the first supercharged electric ferry in the world, called Movitz. With just ten minutes of charging, Movitz could run for a whole hour while carrying more than a hundred passengers, which was a real breakthrough. This marked a big occasion for electric transportation in general, and for the marine industry in particular. With such a strong case behind us, we were curios to see how our solution would be received on the global market
    Richard Howlett, VP Engineering at Nilar
    The launch of Movitz – the world’s first supercharged electric ferry – marked a momentous occasion for electric transportation, for the marine industry, and for Sweden
    Jan Lundquist, Sales Manager at Nilar
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