Enerpoly has been selected to pitch in front of nine top-class European investment funds interested in Deeptech.
Enerpoly is accepted into Creative Destruction Lab: a program for massively scalable, seed-stage, science- and technology-based companies.
Enerpoly’s CEO discusses the need for battery technology innovation with Amy Simpkins on the Power Flow podcast.
Enerpoly raised €410K in latest investment round. Now the startup aims to make battery storage affordable enough to be in every home.
As a top 25 startup in the Nordic Cleantech Open, Enerpoly will meet the international industrials and investors in Malmo.
Enerpoly is a finalist in the Calgary-based Global Energy Awards 2021.
Enerpoly is one of the companies shortlisted for the New Energy Challenge 2021!
Enerpoly joined 73 other EU-funded deeptech startups in the 8th and last cohort of the InvestHorizon accelerator programme.
Enerpoly participates in AB InBev’s EIC Corporate Day to collaborate and develop sustainable solutions together.
After being selected by the jury in semifinals, Enerpoly will be at the finals on Sep 22-23 at Founders & Venture Summit 2021.
Enerpoly wins support from Dealflow.eu venture building team after placing in top 3.
This battery technology company has solved the critical issue of rechargeability in alkaline batteries.
15 startups from Spain, Portugal, France, Sweden, Italy, Finland, and Ukraine will follow on Cleantech Camp in 2021.
15 companies selected for a 7-week deep dive into energy industry sponsored by Danske Bank, WeWork Labs, Contrarian Ventures, and RiSe.
Enerpoly picked as top 10 company from over 300 energy and e-mobility startup applications.
Enerpoly participated in an ePitching opportunity for EIC-backed SMEs on Cleantech and Energy solutions sponsored by Bpifrance.
By joining industry alliances, Enerpoly gains business development opportunities, regulatory insights, and market intelligence pivotal to Enerpoly’s success.
Enerpoly took part in EIC Corporate Day with Saint-Gobain to showcase rechargeable zinc-ion battery technology solution.
Enerpoly, together with Polarium, Uppsala University and KTH, received a grant from the Swedish Energy Agency to develop battery technology.
Grant funds a technical development project to develop zinc-ion batteries in partnership with Polarium, Uppsala University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
Enerpoly becomes a part of Sting Accelerator’s Deeptech program, gaining access to a team of experienced mentors, and key industry connections.
EIC Horizon 2020 “Green Deal” grant enables Enerpoly to grow team and develop commercial-sized prototypes of rechargeable zinc-ion batteries.
An interview with our co-founder after being awarded as one of Sweden’s 10 most innovative entrepreneurs in 2020.
Our co-founder was awarded one of Sweden’s 10 most innovative entrepreneurs and received ÅForsk Entrepreneur Scholarship.
Enerpoly was the ‘Impact Maker’ winner in Venture Cup’s region East finals.
Enerpoly won best sustainable business model in the competition.
Dr. Mylad Chamoun’s research breakthrough at Stockholm University makes non-rechargeable batteries rechargeable.