Skeleton Builds SuperBattery Production Facility in France

Skeleton Technologies, a developer and manufacturer of energy storage solutions, announced its expansion into France at a business summit hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. Over five years, the company plans to invest €600 million in research and development and the production of “SuperBatteries.”

“Skeleton will commence research and development of next-generation battery technologies later this year in Toulouse, in the southwest of France,” the company announced. “A mass production facility for ‘SuperBatteries’ is scheduled to be operational by 2027.”

Founded in 2009 in Tartu, Skeleton Technologies opened its first facility in Germany, near Dresden, seven years ago. The company’s mass production facility for supercapacitors is currently under construction in Leipzig. Skeleton employs over 130 staff at its headquarters and development center in Tallinn.

“We are the first Estonian industrial company to expand into two of Europe’s most important industrial nations, Germany and France. Undoubtedly, this is a milestone for us, paving the way for other Estonian green technology companies,” said Taavi Madiberk, CEO and co-founder of Skeleton Technologies.



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