Altris - We enable the next generation of batteries | Our Team
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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Our Team

Paul Larsson

Chairman of the board

Paul Larsson has led a number of companies in different industries, with 30-100 employees and a turnover of 30-200 MSEK, as CEO, company manager or branch manager. In Altris, Paul Larsson develops operational and strategic plans, and acts as the chairman of the board.

William Brant

Research & Developement, Dr

William R. Brant is an associate senior lecturer at Ångström Advanced Battery Center. In Altris, Dr. Brant primarily is responsible for development of new synthesis methods of Prussian Blue and Prussian White analogous.

Ronnie Mogensen

Research & Developement, MSc

Ronnie Mogensen is a PhD-student at Ångström Advanced Battery Center. In Altris, Ronnie has the responsibility for up-scaling of synthesis of electrode materials for Na-ion batteries.

Reza Younesi

Research & Developement, Docent

Reza Younesi is an assistant professor at Ångström Advanced Battery Centre (ÅABC) at Uppsala University. In Altris, Reza has the role of research leader to develop sodium-ion battery prototypes.

Tim Nordh


Tim Nordh is currently the CEO of ALTRIS AB. He has strong experience in analysis of interfacial reactions in lithium-ion batteries. Tim obtained his PhD at Ångström Advanced Battery Centre at Uppsala University in 2017.