Altris - We enable the next generation of batteries | News
Altris is a Swedish company who has discovered a new way to produce a sodium based cathode material using only renewable materials. This world-changing discovery enables a new generation of batteries that are not only friendly to the environment but also cheaper to produce than it’s competitors.
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Altris was interviewed by The Big Green Show talking about the next big thing in battery technology. The Big Green Show aims to highlight, and grow solutions to the worlds environmental challenges.  Dr Tim Nordh explains why Sodium ion batteries will solve growing environmental, social and economic issues arising from demand for lithium ion batteries. Altris's goal is to ensure that sodium ion batteries remain as a purely green and environmentally friendly solution to these problems.  

Altris has presented at The Advanced Materials Day in Lund hosted by Cleantech Scandinavia, the Material Business Center and the European Union and sponsored by Almi Invest and Lunds Kommun. The event aimed to showcase innovative and sustainable materials with businesses pitching their newest material solutions. Dr Tim Nordh, CEO of Altris, pitched the concept of producing batteries completely from sustainable and readily available sources to investors.   Advanced Materials Day

Dr Tim Nordh, CEO of Altris, has received the Åforsk Entrepreneurship Scholarship. The scholarship of 200, 000 SEK will support the scale up Fennac production enabling Altris to move operations from the University to its own locale. Dr Nordh received the scholarhip in recognition of his entrepreneurial drive and the novel, highly innovative business idea which is the foundation of Altris.   The entrepreneurs were selected by the Åforsk foundation together with Swedish Incubators and Science parks. The awards were presented at the Swedish Incubators & Science Park's annual conference Sweden's Innovation Day on May 8 in Karlskrona.   10 Entrepreneur Scholarship Winners

A collaboration between Altris and LiFeSiZE has been granted funding for up to two years from Vinnova. The project, titled “Production of up-scaled Na-ion battery prototypes using a novel cathode material” aims to scale up material production to supply LiFeSiZE with enough material to produce casted electrodes. The ultimate aim of the project is to produce a full cell Na battery prototype and evaluate the cells for commercialization.

Tim Nordh, CEO of Altris, has come in second place in the Innovation Race at the 2018 Power Circle summit, which took place in Stockholm on the 23-24th of April. The event was the third and final round in a series of pitch competitions focused on the theme “Paradigm shift in the energy market”.

After passing a rigorous selection and opportunity assessment process, Altris is now a part of the InnoEnergy Highway® program. Adam Dahlquist of InnoEnergy was assigned as a business coach. The partnership with InnoEnergy gives Altris access to a range of business support services including funding for IP protection, access to seed money, team expansion and assistance with going to market and achieving the first customer.