Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 08 November 2019
Today a group of German students visited Skeleton Technologies' offices in Ülemiste City, Tallinn, and learned about our efforts in electrification and fight against climate change from our Systems Engineering and about Skeleton's excellent value proposals for employees from our HR team.
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 19 September 2019
Skeleton Technologies' production facility in Grossröhrsdorf, Germany, is located in a cluster of high-tech manufacturing companies, in an area known colloquially as Silicon Saxony. In fact, the availability of skilled workforce and existing infrastructure were some of the key reasons behind Skeleton deciding on the location of the new production...
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 16 August 2019
Skeleton Technologies is always on the lookout for new talent and if you take look at our careers page, you'll see it for yourself! There are numerous open positions in both Germany and Estonia, but if you're not based in either country, don't let that discourage you from applying - we search for talent globally.
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 31 July 2019
It's difficult to appreciate just how big wind turbines are without getting up close. A 10 MW turbine can have blades longer than 70 meters, which also means the blades and the turbine itself must withstand massive forces. This, in turn, means that there are several basic safety requirements wild turbines must adhere to, the most important of which...
Posted by Jussi Pikkarainen on - 19 July 2019
Mining as an industry is one of the harshest for both man and machine. Dust and dirt are ever-present and a challenge for mining equipment, but it's the constant temperature changes from one extreme to the other that wreak havoc on the electronics in mining machinery and kill batteries. From outside temperatures that instantly freeze your breath, to the...
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 06 December 2018
With an involvement in automotive and alternate energies spanning across a whole generation, Dr. Scott Jorgensen has looked at the challenges of energy transition in great depth.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 29 November 2018
As we have seen for island closer to the Mainland and small islands it is possible to reach a percentage in the renewable mix that is relatively high, even all the way to 100% for the Isle of Eigg. The population of these islands is low, from a few hundred to a 100000+, but what happens when the population is around 400000?
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 14 November 2018
In 1997 the inhabitants of the Isle of Eigg raised enough funds to take back control of their Island. Their next project was to see if it was possible to become independent from volatile oil prices, previously everyone on the island needed their own generator to generate electricity.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 01 November 2018
Imagine a machine that quickly and relentlessly produces thousands of plastic bottles, glass bottles, printed circuit boards, tablet blisters, a paper mill...