VisBlue has qualified for EU funding
VisBlue has been chosen to be a part of the EU’s SME Instrument 2020 Horizon. We are extremely proud that a distinguished institution like the EU believes in our battery and our vision.
The funding consists of 50.000 Euros which we will use to make a detailed business plan for growth in Denmark, as well as the rest of the EU. More specifically, the funding will be aimed at exploring possibilities within production, sales and authorisations. The funding makes it possible for us to advance our business actions and make a clear-cut plan for the future. This would not be possible without the SME Instrument resources.
However, this is only the first fase of the SME Instrument program. For the second fase we will apply for 2 million Euros, which will be put towards carrying out our business plan. This means that by 2020 we will be ready for market launch and will expand our number of partnerships as well.
Meet VisBlue at the Electrica Fair in Porto from the 23rd to the 26th of November
VisBlue will join Nemotek's booth C54 in pavilion nº4 at the Electrica fair in Porto, Portugal from the 23rd to the 26th of November. Electrica is an international fair dedicated to the electric and electronic sector. Stop by and have a chat with us or check out our demo-model to get a better sense of how our battery works.
Meet VisBlue at the HI fair on the 4th and 5th of October
Come and have a talk with VisBlue at the HI fair in Herning, Denmark. It is Scandinavia's largest technology and industry event and it is free to attend. We will be there on the 4th and 5th of October at stall number 132 eager to tell everyone about our innovative battery solution.
VisBlue is collaborating with DanSolar
VisBlue and DanSolar are collaborating on creating an overall solution that makes it possible to become 70-100% more self-sufficient with green energy.
In practice, this means that the energy that is produced by DanSolar’s solar cell panels is stored in VisBlue’s Battery Solution and can be utilised whenever it is needed.
Innovative collaboration with Eniig and Aarhus University
VisBlue has entered an exciting new project called Grid Connected Flow Batteries (GCFB) along with Eniig and Aarhus University (AU).
The project, that is funded by EUDP, will be field-testing vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFB) in order to figure out how these batteries can add flexibility to the low voltage grid.
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