The Norwegian ambassador to Estonia, Mr Dagfinn Sørli, visited Skeleton Technologies to discuss the future of clean energy and energy storage with Skeleton CEO, Taavi Madiberk, and said:

"It was a pleasure to visit Skeleton Technologies factory in Viimsi. Skeleton has turned  innovative research into a viable and rapidly growing high-tech business. I am very pleased that EEA and Norway Grants has been able to support their product development and their cooperation with the Norwegian NXTech AS through the Green Industry Innovation programme. This is an excellent example of possible synergies of Estonian-Norwegian partnerships in ICT and green technology."

Norway is well-known globally for its investment in clean energy and green energy production methods. This, of course, is in line with Skeleton's mission to delevelop energy saving solutions for renewable energy production, smart power grids, and heavy transportation.

Skeleton Technologies' CEO Taavi Madiberk was delighted to sit down with Ambassador Sørli, and said: 

"Skeleton Technologies has been cooperating with Norwegian companies since 2012, and we plan to further increase our footprint in Norway by focusing on industrial power quality applications and the marine industry. We are taking part in the NOR Shipping trade fair in Oslo in late May to showcase our ultracapacitor solutions for the maritime industry, and to discuss possible cooperation with companies in the industry."

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Skeleton Technologies has received great support from the EEA and Norway Grants through the Green Industry Innovation program, which provides funding to green industry innovations in many coutnries around Europe. The ICT Platform for Ultracapacitors project has seen Skeleton Technologies develop world-leading ultracapacitors, ultracapacitor modules, and a management system for modules and full energy storage systems to further enhance their ability to help save energy.