Nasdaq First North listed SaltX Technology has been awarded the Swedish energy prize,
E-Prize, presented by leading European energy company E.ON and Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer. SaltX won the category “Renewable Energy” as well as the “People’s Award” receiving over 66% of the votes. The prize is presented to “Sweden’s smartest energy innovation”, according to the magazine.
It is the ninth time that Veckans Affärer presents this award together with E.ON – one of Europe’s major energy company.
"From the kitchen table to a common objective as giants like Google in the quest for the holy grail, SaltX has developed an inexpensive and effective way to store energy in a long term, sustainable material " reads the motivation of the jury.
”We are of course proud that such a renown and competent jury highlights SaltX technology and sees the potential of storing energy in salt. The fact that a leading energy company such as E.ON – a potential customer and user – backs this award is also very encouraging”, says Karl Bohman, CEO of SaltX Technology.
- Lina Bertling Tjernberg, Professor in Smart Grid technology, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
- Stefan Henningsson, Senior Adviser Climate Innovation, WWF
- Anita Aspegren, Director Energy Efficiency, Swedish Energy Agency
- Joakim Adgård, Direct Sales B2B, E.ON
- Per Olof Lindsten, Editor and Head of digital, Veckans Affärer
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