The Apricum Newsroom
In the media:
Read some recent press articles
we’ve been featured in
In the media
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr was one of the six industry expert jury members evaluating the many submissions for the “2020 Energy Storage Highlights”, a special edition produced in association with the Energy Storage Europe conference. You can read about the top 5...
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr, Project Manager Stephanie Adam and Consultant Jesselyn Malimata explore the true impact of e-mobility on stationary energy storage markets and applications. Read the full article here.
pv magazine: Podcast “Die drei wichtigsten Trends auf dem internationalen Batteriespeichermarkt”, March 26, 2019
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr was interviewed for pv magazine’s podcast on the three most important trends on the international battery storage markets. You can access the podcast here (only available in German).
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr was interviewed by market intelligence firm inspiratia for one of their market insights, titled “Germany leads the global residential storage market, but for how long?”. You can read the full article here.
Apricum won "Financial Advisor/Consultant of the Year" at the MESIA Solar Awards held in Abu Dhabi, UAE earlier this month. pv magazine has published an article outlining the event and the winners. Read the full article here.
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr was interviewed for this article published by Forbes, authored by Peter Kelly-Detweiler titled "Europeans Stake Out Huge Claim In U.S. Energy Start-Ups While American Giants Sit On Sidelines". You can read the full article here.
Apricum Partner Florian Mayr was interviewed by pv magazine at Energy Storage Düsseldorf about the current dominance of lithium-ion in battery energy storage. Is there another technology that could take the lead? Watch the interview here.
pv magazine Deutschland published an abridged version in German of the article from Partner Florian Mayr and Senior Consultant Stephanie Adam Cobalt crunch? Dealing with the battery industry’s looming supply challenges for cobalt.