Nilar has started production of the world’s first battery that can be refilled with new life

Nilar has started production of the world’s first battery that can be refilled with new life

Nilar International AB in Gävle develops batteries for energy storage solutions for the green transition. Now the production of the next generation batteries has started. Nilar is the first in the world with a technology that allows used batteries to be restored and regain the same storage power as a new battery. A first partial…

The Swedish Government mandates authorities to promote a more flexible electricity system

The Swedish Government mandates authorities to promote a more flexible electricity system

In August 2022, the Swedish Government announced that four authorities had obtained the mission to develop the conditions for realizing the potential for flexibility in the electricity system, to promote electrification and minimize electricity costs. “Demand response allows households and businesses, through smart technology and energy storage, to play an important role in the green…

Nilar welcomes trainees for Technical Internship

Nilar welcomes trainees for Technical Internship

We are proud to announce that from September 2022, we will take part in Tekniksprånget, an internship program that aims to attract young adults to continue with higher technical education. The need for technical expertise has never been greater and the competition for engineers is intensifying. To cope with future challenges, more young people need…

European Union must prioritize Energy Storage to reach Climate Targets for 2030 and 2050

European Union must prioritize Energy Storage to reach Climate Targets for 2030 and 2050

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) recently published a study for estimating energy storage targets for 2030 and 2050. The results of the study shows that in order to support Europe’s climate targets, not only renewable energy sources must be taken into consideration, but also energy storage. The study highlights that there should…