Curved Graphene Energy Storage Solutions | Skeleton
Shell unveiled as major partner
What is SuperBattery?
SuperBattery is an innovative technology combining supercapacitor and battery characteristics. It can be charged 100x faster than lithium-ion batteries, has 50,000 life cycles, and is free from cobalt, copper, and nickel. It is also much safer than li-ion batteries, even when crushed, pierced, or overheated.Read more
Skeleton Technologies Acquires Former European Batteries Plant in Finland to Increase Manufacturing Capacity and Accelerate R&D Processes
Enabling carbon-neutral electrification is a key priority for us and Skeleton Technologies fits in our portfolio perfectly. The company has validated its competitive advantage in real-life applications and has shown strong commercial traction."
Based on a patented raw material, Curved Graphene, Skeleton's energy storage technologies open up completely new applications for hybridization and electrification.Learn more
Saving energy has
never been more important
"There are structural changes taking place in the largest CO2 emission sources such as power generation, transportation, and industry. Energy storage is a key element in drastically reducing emissions in these sectors, and innovation in energy storage plays a crucial role in enabling the global economy to achieve crucial climate goals."
CEO of Skeleton
CEO of Skeleton
In the renewables sector, we increase the safety, stability, and reliability of wind turbines and ensure the smooth integration of low-carbon electricity sources into the grid.
In the transportation sector, we improve train, bus, tram efficiency, reducing CO2 emissions and increasing their energy savings.Learn more
In the automotive and road sector, we provide a sustainable alternative to lead-acid batteries, and the ideal complementary high-power energy storage to lithium-ion batteries, enabling electrification.
In the industrial sector, we electrify heavy equipment and enable the decarbonization of some of the most fossil-fuel reliant industries such as ports, oil and gas, mining, and logistics.Learn more