Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 30 April 2020
Skeleton Technologies is proud to announce that Dr. Sebastian Pohlmann, former Head of Cell Development of the company, is promoted to Vice President of Innovation. After joining the company 4 years ago, he will now lead all of Skeleton’s innovation efforts as well as the company’s involvement in large projects on local, federal and European levels.
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 24 April 2020
Since 2017, Skeleton is collaborating with Polish genset producers to use our ultracapacitors in locomotives made by Poland’s leading producer of railway vehicles.
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 21 April 2020
The coronavirus outbreak is not affecting innovation at Skeleton Technologies. The company is now part of a newly launched pan-European initiative called InComEss, which aims to implement innovative material systems for energy harvesting and electrical energy storage. The purpose is to ensure a sustainable and efficient use of resources in line with the...
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 19 March 2020
Followed by the launch of SkelMod 17V in February, we are keeping up the momentum with the launch of SkelMod 131V - an ultracapacitor module targeted especially for power quality applications in the medical industry, where it can be used for shaving peaks of power and to ensure sufficient power quality for MRI machines. Other use cases include wind...
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 27 February 2020
The SkelMod 17V 533F ultracapacitor module is the latest addition to Skeleton Technologies’ growing ultracapacitor product family. The module is well-suited for voltage hold applications, and has been specifically developed for wind turbine pitch control and UPS applications.
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 26 February 2020
Our Programme Director Egert Valmra was part of a delegation of Estonian companies visiting the Netherlands, led by the Estonian Foreign Trade and IT Minister Kaimar Karu. The aim of this visit was to introduce the Estonian space programme and develop partnerships between the European Space Agency and Estonian companies.
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 19 February 2020
Recently, Skeleton Technologies has started to supply ultracapacitor modules to Attabotics, a Canadian company deploying a new all-in-one automated storage, retrieval, order fulfillment, and sortation system to some of the largest retail companies in North America. In this regard, the two companies have cooperated on the design of a new ultracapacitor...