Press

pressreleasepressreleasePressrelease_Combitech

One Pager

OnePager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download full-size logotype.

ReVibe Energy featured in media

ReVibe and ANSYS has on the 24th of January communicated that the two companies will be starting a cooperation together where ReVibe will be using ANSYS software in the product development process. ReVibe’s CEO Viktor Börjesson has explained this concept a bit further in a blog post via ANSYS, read more here

Viktor has been selected together with several other entrepreneurs. Read more about it here.
Chalmers Ventures CEO Linnea Lindau was interviewed by Veckans Affärer and names ReVibe Energy as one of the most promising startups in their portfolio. ReVibe Energy is further promoted as an excellent example of how companies can be formed together with larger companies such as Saab Defence and Security. Read more about it here.
ComputerWeekly attended the yearly entrepreneurial and investment conference Slush in Helsinki and named the seven most promising B2B enterprise startups they could find. ReVibe Energy was one of those startups and the only hardware B2B company included in the article! Read more about it here.
The article covers how we are striving to change the way sensor systems are being powered all over the world. Read more about our quest here.
ReVibe Energy has been selected as one (1) of the 25 nominees for the finals of Green Challenge 2015. The competition that besides awarding its finalists with up to 500,000€ in price money rewards the winner(s) with the honour of being recognised as Europes’ best clean tech startup. Read more about the competition and the nominees here.
TReVibe Energy is based on a technology that was invented within SAAB Group. Two years ago, ReVibe Energy was born and now SAAB Group is sharing the story with their customers. Read the full article here.
The newspaper Process Nordic has done a full spread about ReVibe Energy as a potential solution for powering sensor systems in industrial environments. Read the full article here.
Linnea Lindau, former CEO of Encubator and newly appointed CEO of Chalmers Venture Creation names ReVibe Energy as one of four company from Chalmers to keep an eye on. Read the full article here.
Each month, Almi Invest compiles a “hot list” over start-ups from Sweden to keep an eye during the years to come together with Veckans Affärer. ReVibe Energy are amongst the three companies that are considered to push the development of Internet of Things forward! Read full article here.
Viktor Börjesson was interviewed by Climate-KIC around the recent investment round. Viktor shares his thoughts and insights around recent activities and how other entrepreneurs should approach challenges of the same nature. Read full article here.
ReVibe Energy has succesfully closed an investment round securing the companies operations for the coming years. Please see pressrelease (in Swedish) here.
The CEO of ReVibe Energy is interviewed prior to participation in the European finals of the #BestClimateVenture2014 in Valencia. Please find the article here.
ReVibe Energy claimed the first prize in the Nordic Venture Competition, coordinated by EU’s accelerator for clean tech companies Climate-KIC. Please find the article here.
ReVibe Energy performed excellent at the Clean Tech Challenge in London at London Business School, and has as a result been mentioned in an article by Svensk Byggtjänst. Please find the article here.
ReVibe Energy has among 450 companies from all over the world finished third in the competition Clean Tech Challenge. – It confirms that we have a strong innovation that competes on a global level, says CEO Viktor Börjesson. Read the full article here.
ReVibe Energy has in fierce competition been nominated for the regional finals of Venture Cup in the category “Environment & Energy” among with fellow Encubator companies Swedish Algae Factory, Delta T50 and Melvitas. Read the full nomination here.
ReVibe Energy, Tajitsu Industries and Arctic Core all delivered excellent pitches at the event tonight. In the end, Arctic Core took home the desirable price. We wish all the best! Read more here.
Ny Teknik is one of the biggest newspapers in Sweden covering tech related news. Each year, a competition is held to name the 33 hottest tech companies in Sweden. ReVibe Energy has been selected to pitch their business alongside two other start-ups for the desirable award. Read more here.
The jurys motivation for awarding the grant was that ReVibe Energy is developing an innovative and sustainable power source. Read more here.