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April 07, 2016
Last autumn Minesto appointed Stefan Karlsson, who has extensive experience in business development in renewable energy, as new member of the company’s Board of Directors. Minesto and Stefan Karlsson has now agreed that Mr. Karlsson will enter an expanded, operational role, in which he will work...Read more »
Stefan Karlsson has been working with renewable energy since 2002. For more than a decade he had the global responsibility for the business development of Swedish SKF’s division for renewable energy. SKF is is a leading bearing and seals manufacturing company with more than 48,000 employees... Read more »
March 17, 2016
On 9 March, Minesto along with a number of industry players was invited to the National Assembly for Wales. In the Assembly Minesto’s CEO Martin Edlund had the opportunity to present Minesto and describe the company's major commitment in Wales to a dozen Assembly Members. “I spoke partly on how... Read more »
March 14, 2016
In late February the global International Conference on Ocean Energy 2016 was held in Edinburgh. Martin Edlund, CEO of Swedish marine energy technology leader Minesto, was invited to share the successful story on how the company managed to fund the development of Deep Green. ”We are in a very...Read more »
International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) is held every second year and focuses on the industrial development of renewable marine energy. The theme of this year’s conference was “From Concept to Commercialisation”. Minesto’s CEO Martin Edlund took part in a panel discussion labelled ”Hunting... Read more »
February 03, 2016
The Board of Minesto AB has appointed current Chairman of the Board, Martin Edlund, as acting CEO of Minesto AB. Today Martin Edlund is leading the work of the Board and has a long experience of the company. The appointment took place after Minestos current CEO, Anders Jansson decided to leave his... Read more »
December 07, 2015
Leading marine renewable energy company Minesto, has together with eight partners received EUR 5.1 million, to develop the Deep Green technology within a project named PowerKite. The project will be financed through EU Horizon 2020.EU has a strong ambition to develop the field of marine energy and...Read more »
Together with eight partners Minesto now have now secured EUR 5.1 million to improve the Deep Green technology’s robustness and performance. The aim is to develop the next generation of the Deep Green power plant; to give it a better performance, a longer life expectancy and improved reliability,... Read more »
December 07, 2015
Nordic marine energy leader Minesto ( http://minesto.com/ ) has entered into a technology partnership with German tidal turbine manufacturer Schottel Hydro ( http://www.schottel.de/schottel-hydro/ ). The objective is to supply Minesto with hydrokinetic turbine components in 2016 and 2017. ”This is...Read more »
According to the newly signed agreement. Schottel Hydro will deliver a customized turbine solution which will optimally fit the requirements of Deep Green, Minesto’s underwater kite construction that is expected to be deployed in 2017 at the Holyhead Deep site off the coast of Anglesey, Wales. The... Read more »

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