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CO-OPERATION

WE WORK CLOSELY WITH DIFFERENT KIND OF PARTNERS. THE PROGRESS OF THE ENESCA PROJECT DEPENDS ON VARIOUS CO-OPERATIONS.

Today we have four main partners, presented below. They contribute with research, development and production. If you find our project interesting - Contact us and we figure out how to co-operate.


Enesca springs from the cross diciplinary research conducted at the division of nanotechnology and the division of inorganic chemistry at Uppsala University Ångström Laboratory. 


ETC Battery and FuelCells Sweden AB is a development and competence center established to form a national center for advanced batteries and fuel cells with the objective to bridge the gap between the universities and the Swedish industry.

“The objective for us in the Enesca project is to participate in the development and to do pilot line experiment for large-scale research and development of electrode materials. It is interesting to encounter a battery project based on non-metallic organic electrodes which has the potential of being cheap, easy to manufacture and environmentally friendly”.



FMC BioPolymer is the world’s leading producer of alginate, carrageenan and microcrystalline cellulose. They sustainably harness nature’s renewable resources to create ingredients and technical solutions for the food ingredients, pharmaceutical and biomedical markets.


 ”Our participation in the Enesca project combines our interest and expertise in seaweed procurement and extraction, cellulose purification and microcrystalline cellulose processing. Cladophora cellulose brings unique physical properties and engineering challenges that make this a very interesting project for us”.




FOV Fabrics AB is the innovator of high tech fabrics. FOV is a leading manufacturer of fabrics for sport, leisure and fashion. They also produce industrial textiles, from thin and light to thick and heavy constructions. Their products combines technical properties with innovative ideas. 


"Our interest in the Enesca project is to supply the project with conductive textile material and casing material for the batteries. We develop textile materials integrated with electronic functionalities and a textile based battery would be a very interesting product to add to our portfolio".



VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is a non-profit governmental, multitechnological research organisation established by law and operating under the auspices of the Finnish Ministry of Employment and the Economy. VTT provides high-end technology solutions and innovation services.
 
“We have decades of experience in conductive polymers, nanocellulose and biotechnology. In addition, our intensive work with printed intelligence has given us valuable and unique know-how on material and component level, bringing them into mass-production scale.”