Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 29 April 2021
Since January 2021, Skeleton Technologies has a new Chief of Staff. This key role in a fast-growing company is being carried out by Nele Leht who, before joining Skeleton, had been working as a lawyer at LHV and Eversheds Ots&Co.
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Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 26 April 2021
Skeleton Technologies delivers ultracapacitor modules to provide backup power for wind turbine blade pitch control in wind turbines operated by a multi-billion global leader in the renewable energy industry. Replacing lead-acid batteries, the modules help to ensure that the turbine blades turn to a safe angle in storm winds or when the turbines are...
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 23 March 2021Since March 2021, Skeleton Technologies has a new Head of IP, Markus Klose. Markus has joined the company in 2018 as a material development scientist working on developing our curved graphene material.
Posted by Patricia Godel on - 01 March 2021
The European Union has recently released the proposed text of a new regulation on batteries, aiming to support the European Green Deal, fostering electrification of the energy and mobility sectors to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while making batteries less hazardous to the environment.
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 14 January 2021
Since September 2020, Skeleton Technologies has a new VP of Supply Chain, Oliver Kotkas. Before joining, Oliver worked for more than ten years in Estonia and in North America for Stoneridge, a leading designer and manufacturer of highly engineered electronic systems.
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 09 December 2020
Working at sea is always dangerous and requires experience and caution. Offshore activities, and often onshore activities, must be carried out even in harsh weather conditions. Close to the coast, the effects of large waves and swell are less visible, but in the middle of the sea, it can be a real danger. The amplitude can be variable even if the...
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 02 December 2020
Keeping sophisticated medical equipment working properly presents a major challenge for today’s high-tech health care facilities. Power quality problems can cause equipment failures at health care facilities in a heartbeat or lead to frequent maintenance, which can then exacerbate human suffering because it wreaks havoc on patient care delivery schedules...
Posted by Arnaud Castaignet on - 27 November 2020
“Wind farms could power every home in the UK by 2030”. This sentence from British Prime Minister Boris Johnson might sound too ambitious, it does highlight wind power is billed as one of the key renewable power sources of the future in the transition towards decarbonization and in the fight against climate change.
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 21 October 2020
The transportation industry as a whole is responsible for about 25% of global CO2 emissions, and out of this number, about 30-40% comes from cargo transport. This means that any energy efficiency increase in cargo transportation will inevitably have a big impact on a global level. At Skeleton Technologies, we are developing new, ultracapacitor energy...
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 30 September 2020
Along with wind turbines and solar panels adorning fields and roofs in increasing numbers, the automotive industry with its hybrid and electric vehicles is perhaps the clearest manifestation of electrification and cleantech for the layperson. But what's the role of ultracapacitors in passenger cars today and in the future? We've already had a quick look...