Scientists from the Jagiellonian University developing a climate neutral battery

Adam Koprowski UJ

The Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Norwegian company NorCelLi. The concluded agreement is to be another step towards commercialization of the package of inventions related to modern energy storage developed at the Jagiellonian University.

Based on the document signed by the Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University, Prof. Wojciech Macyk and the president of the board of the Norwegian company Arild Skaaland, the parties have committed themselves to joint efforts to develop a Climate Neutral Battery.

This product is to be made using renewable resources and at the same time reducing the carbon footprint. The agreement provides for the commercialization and popularization of the results of the research conducted in Europe. NorCelLi will be responsible mainly for financing the project, acquiring customers and promoting the activities of the Jagiellonian University in Norway, while the Krakow university will play the role of a research and development center, providing scientific and teaching facilities.

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