Teraloop Oy won the Oscar of energy technology

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The Energy and Innovation Awards 2024 was presented today. Winner of 2024 is Teraloop Oy.

Teraloop Oy wins the The Energy and Innovation Awards 2024, also known as the Oscar of energy technology. Teraloop solves the daily power management needs of the energy transition with its patented, modular kinetic electrical energy storage system.

Read the jury’s motivations here.

The People’s Choice award went to Danfoss Drives Oy – SISO inverter filter.

The Awards Jury included: expert team from Technology Centre Merinova, EnergyVaasa, EnergySpin and Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK led by Marko J Koski, EnergySpin Operations & Partnerships and Kristoffer Jansson, EnergyVaasa Communications & Brand Manager.

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