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April 2021: Investment firm Molindo has today placed its trust in Altris, producer of the groundbreaking sodium-ion cathode material, to the tune of 3 MSEK (300,000 Euros). Molindo’s experience in helping to scale sustaintech companies makes them well-suited to support Altris’ journey to revolutionize the battery...

April 2021: Altris has been selected to participate in an extremely ambitious project, aimed at electrifying passenger transport in Sweden. The collaborative project will use Altris’ groundbreaking cathode material Fennac® to create sodium-ion batteries that can not only charge vehicles, but also balance local grid needs....

February 2021: Altris is participating in the SIMBA project (Sodium-ion and sodium metal batteries for efficient and sustainable next-generation energy storage) which kicked off in January 2021. The SIMBA project has the goal of delivering safe and low-cost all solid-state sodium battery technology for stationary applications. Reducing the...

February 2021: We are pleased to announce that Altris’ Dr William Brant has successfully fulfilled the criteria for his docentship, elevating him to the role of Associate Professor at Uppsala University. Dr Brant’s research focuses on the dynamic non-equilibrium processes in crystalline materials that govern the performance...

January 2021: According to a recent article published on the popular German website 'Home and smart', batteries based on Altris' Fennac® compound are significantly more environmentally friendly, as neither lithium, nickel or cobalt are used. This means that the supply chain is much more stable. In...