During the quarter the company announced a solution that allows its energy storage to also be charged using electricity, an important innovation beyond the stated plan. This broadens the uses of Azelio’s technology to include both solar and wind power, and also to more geographies.
Azelio’s CEO, Jonas Eklind, was awarded Mission Innovation Champion for Sweden.
An agreement has been signed with a sales agent for selling Azelio’s technology to deliver sustainable electricity to hospitals in Africa. In Pakistan, in the presence of Sweden's ambassador, a Memorandum of Understanding on reliable electricity supply in the country was signed. Dialogues have been initiated with the World Bank and UNHCR, among others.
In general, there is growing awareness of the need for substantial global expansion of micro grid systems for reliable baseload, not least as an alternative to today’s expensive and dirty diesel. This is attracting increased attention to Azelio’s unique sustainable and cost-effective technology.
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