Continuing our mini-series about Scandinavia-based clients at NovAzure, we were pleased to meet up recently with CEO, Theo Zannakis, and CCO, Thomas Walsh, of our Gothenburg-based client, Anodox. Gothenburg has long been a central hub around mobility, based on the presence and influence of the Volvo Group and latterly, Geely. As mobility heads into massive electrification, Gothenburg is therefore transforming into a great place to locate for a battery-related business like Anodox.
The company holds its R&D hub in Partille/Gothenburg, where it conducts technology research and develops testing facilities. The purpose of these facilities is to support original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in scaling Anodox Group’s battery solutions for both stationary energy storage (ESS) and the broad mobility market. This mobility market includes various sectors such as cars, light commercial vehicles, mining, marine, and 2-wheelers.
Anodox’s R&D efforts in Gothenburg are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of battery technology. Their goal is to deliver batteries with higher energy density, improved safety, better charging efficiency and longer, regenerative lifespans. By leveraging its R&D hub in Partille/Gothenburg, Anodox actively contributes to advancements in battery technology, fostering collaboration with OEMs and driving innovation in the industry. Their innovations contribute not only to the growth of the electric vehicle industry but also to advancements in energy storage applications, promoting sustainability and resilience in our energy infrastructure.
At NovAzure, we’re dedicated to driving the future of decarbonization by connecting industry leaders and fostering collaboration. If you’re seeking to have a conversation about energy storage options for your journey towards net-zero, reach out to our specialists. Contact Christopher Gruen, Managing Director focusing on the battery industry, at firstname.lastname@example.org.