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Graphene-based ultracapacitors help reduce fuel consumption

Graphene-based ultracapacitors help reduce fuel consumption
A high-volume, multi-million-euro contract has been signed by Skeleton Technologies and Wrights Group to take place over the next five years.  Skeleton Technologies supplies graphene-based ultracapacitors to the latest KERS enabled hybrid-electric double and single deck buses produced by the Wrights Group. The demand to reduce CO2 emissions in city centres is one of the key drivers for Wrightbus to implement new technology which cuts down CO2 emissions by saving fuel. 
21st September 2018

Ultracapacitors boost double deck buses by reducing fuel consumption

Ultracapacitors boost double deck buses by reducing fuel consumption
  Skeleton Technologies and Wrights Group have signed a high volume, multi-million euro contract over the next five years. Skeleton Technologies supplies graphene-based ultracapacitors to the latest KERS enabled hybrid-electric double and single deck buses produced by the Wrights Group.
20th September 2018

Energy storage solutions for hybrid electric vehicles

Energy storage solutions for hybrid electric vehicles
A distribution agreement has been signed between Skeleton Technologies and Sumitomo Corporation Europe with the aim of providing energy storage solutions for the rapidly growing hybrid electric and electric vehicle industry. 
18th December 2017


Hybrid energy and the future of automotive

Hybrid energy and the future of automotive
There is no denying that the automotive industry is evolving, with disruptive players like Google, Tesla and even Apple entering the market. With a current value of over a trillion dollars worldwide, the automotive manufacturing sector has been a significant driver of economic growth for decades. Taavi Madiberk, CEO of Skeleton Technologies explains.
3rd October 2017

Making electric cars more affordable and viable

Making electric cars more affordable and viable
  Following the announcement that the car manufacturer, Nissan is launching a longer range version of its best selling Leaf electric vehicle.
14th September 2017

The formula to harness the power of KERS

The formula to harness the power of KERS
In what is a major step forward in urban truck operations, a 12 tonne Iveco Eurocargo from Fraikin’s rental fleet has become what is believed to be the world’s first rigid truck to utilise motor racing style Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) regenerative braking technology.
12th July 2017

EV usage on the rise, but more needs to be done

EV usage on the rise, but more needs to be done
A report from the International Energy Agency report has revealed that the electric car market surged past two million last year. However, Taavi Madiberk, CEO of Skeleton Technologies, a specialist in ultracapacitor-based energy storage, claimed that despite this growth, there is still some way to go until we see mass adoption and that a hybrid energy approach is the solution to lowering the cost to consumers.
12th June 2017

Next-gen large capacity airships to be developed

Next-gen large capacity airships to be developed
The European partnership between Flying Whales and Skeleton Technologies will ensure that graphene ultracapacitor technology powers next-gen large, heavy-lift airships for industrial applications in China and France. Europe’s leading ultracapacitor manufacturer Skeleton Technologies will join French firm Flying Whales’ programme to build a 60-ton Large Capacity Airship, or LCA60T, for the global transport market.
4th July 2016

The world’s first kinetic energy recovery system for freight

The world’s first kinetic energy recovery system for freight
Skeleton Technologies and Adgero SARL have developed the world’s first kinetic energy recovery system for road freight vehicles. The unique hybrid system is designed to reduce fuel consumption and associated emissions by up to 25%, and is optimised for intermodal road transport solutions.
27th August 2015


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