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SaltX wins Sweden’s largest energy prize by E.ON and Veckans Affärer

Nasdaq First North listed SaltX Technology has been awarded the Swedish energy prize, E-Prize, presented by leading European energy company E.ON and Swedish business magazine Veckans Affärer. SaltX won the category “Renewable Energy” as well as the “People’s Award” receiving over 66% of the votes. The prize is presented to “Sweden’s smartest energy innovation”, according to the magazine. 

It is the ninth time that Veckans Affärer presents this award together with E.ON – one of Europe’s major energy company.

From the kitchen table to a common objective as giants like Google in the quest for the holy grail, SaltX has developed an inexpensive and effective way to store energy in a long term, sustainable material ” reads the motivation of the jury.

We are of course proud that such a renown and competent jury highlights SaltX technology and sees the potential of storing energy in salt. The fact that a leading energy company such as E.ON – a potential customer and user – backs this award is also very encouraging”, says Karl Bohman, CEO of SaltX Technology.  

The jury:

       Lina Bertling Tjernberg, Professor in Smart Grid technology, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
       Stefan Henningsson, Senior Adviser Climate Innovation, WWF
       Anita Aspegren, Director Energy Efficiency, Swedish Energy Agency
       Joakim Adgård, Direct Sales B2B, E.ON
       Per Olof Lindsten, Editor and Head of digital, Veckans Affärer

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