31. December 2021
The last sunset of 2021 is behind us. Looking back over the past twelve months, we feel – despite all the pandemic waves and constraints – a great sense of satisfaction: AgeVolt has grown to 40 colleagues, we have delivered upgraded models of all charging stations to our clients, our digital ecosystem is growing into beauty, we have participated in many events and competitions, our charger was received by Pope Francis himself, and we are preparing many more innovations and international expansion for 2022.
At this point, we would therefore like to express our sincere thanks to all those who are helping us in our journey. The entire AgeVolt team is deeply indebted to this trust and is working hard to exceed the expectations of the public, investors, and clients.
We wish everyone to spend the coming months in good health, support from their surroundings, happiness, and that their greatest ambitions are fulfilled.
So what did 2021 mean for AgeVolt?
Start of cooperation with the National Battery Centre and the Slovak Academy of Sciences on the development of new technologies.
Presentation at the Challenger Accelerator Demo Day, Slovakia.
Participation in the Future Hub open innovation programme, Latvia.
Certified as #SET100, top Start-up Energy Transition.
Secured a €1.2 million investment from a consortium of InoBat and IPM Group, together with the Venture to Future Fund, a Slovak investment fund.
Participation in the MIT EF CEE accelerator, Poland.
Participation in the MobililtyxLab open innovation programme, Sweden.
Our unique charging station was received by Pope Francis from the President of the Slovak Republic.
Participation, presentation, and exhibit at Expo 2020 in Dubai.
AgeVolt grew to over 30 employees and colleagues.
We commissioned the first units of the new, more modern, and compact NEXT charging station.
AgeVolt was the Main Partner of the Electric Car of the Year 2021 competition.
Our blockchain loyalty system advanced to the next phase of the BlockStart accelerator.
We won the EIT Urban Mobility Slovak HUB competition under the auspices of Civitta SK.
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