AMONG TOP-3 WINNERS IN NORDIC CLEANTECH OPEN
Geyser Batteries among top-3 winners in Nordic Cleantech Open
September 30, 2020 09:00 EET
Helsinki, Finland – Geyser Batteries, a Finnish cleantech startup offering its customers high-performance batteries built on its proprietary water-based electrochemical technology, has been selected among the top-3 winners in Nordic Cleantech Open competition.
Nordic Cleantech Open is a competition for cleantech start-ups from the Nordic and Baltic regions. Every year the 25 best and most innovative seed-stage cleantech start-ups are represented with the main objective of putting their innovations in the spotlight to support and accelerate their development and growth.
Geyser Batteries Oy develops and manufactures a new class of high-power, water-based, non-lithium batteries, which are capable of over one million of fast charging cycles even at ultra-low ambient temperatures. Thanks to the use of aqueous electrolytes and novel electrochemistry.
Anu Rousku, Business Development and General Administration Manager
Maria 01, Lapinlahdenkatu 16
00180 Helsinki, Finland
About Geyser Batteries
Geyser Batteries Oy is setting up a production unit in Finland to scale up manufacturing of battery modules based on its breakthrough proprietary electrochemistry and extensive engineering design know-how. The company was incorporated in 2018 and employs a diverse team of entrepreneurs, engineers and sales professionals with more than 25 years of experience in the research, development, and manufacturing of specialty aqueous batteries and energy storage solutions.
About Cleantech Scandinavia
Cleantech Scandinavia is the leading Nordic cleantech investor network. The company runs an internationally established network of investors, industrials and public actors, all with an interest in Nordic Cleantech. They are a trusted source of cleantech-related investment opportunities, business intelligence, investment statistics and a renowned provider and promoter of Nordic Cleantech. Cleantech Scandinavia has some 70 members from Scandinavia, Continental Europe, China, North America and other locations, including venture funds, industrial ventures from leading multinational companies, corporates, real estate companies, cities and government organizations.