Taavi Madiberk pitches Skeleton Technologies at ECO14 London
Ecosummit TV: At ECO14 London, Taavi Madiberk gives an update on Skeleton Technologies from Estonia and teases investors to join their Series B which is still open as of today. Since Taavi’s first pitch at ECO12 Berlin, Skeleton made a lot of progress and raised €11.6M in equity and grants. The main investor so far is UP Invest from Estonia. Skeleton makes ultracapacitors that are special purpose batteries with very high power density and 1 million cycles but lower energy density compared to lithium-ion batteries. A typical application is the start-stop function of a car. Now Skeleton has got over 30 employees and plans to open the first large-scale factory in Bautzen, Germany, with the help of Germany Trade & Invest. We think that Skeleton is one of the most promising smart green startups in Europe and are happy that Taavi will pitch again at ECO15 Berlin.
The ECO14 London presentation slides of Taavi are available as PDF.
Tags: Batteries, ECO14 London, Ecosummit London 2014, Energiewende, Energy Density, Energy Storage, Estonia, Fundraising, Germany, Germany Trade & Invest, GTAI, Power Density, Series B, Skeleton Technologies, Smart Green Startup, Taavi Madiberk, Ultracapacitors, Up Invest