Poland has technological potential to build electric motors and batteries, but insufficient funds to implement them in production, said the Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology, Prof. Lech M. Grzesiak
During the press conference at the Institute of Electronic Materials Technology in Warsaw, representatives of the institute spoke about the commercialisation potential of "Polish graphene". "We are a leading Polish organisation that specializes in graphene production techniques" said ITME director Dr. Zbigniew Matyjas.
The Industrial Development Agency granted a PLN 14.72 million loan to the Institute of High Pressure Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. This money will allow to develop technology based on gallium nitride, which is the basis for further development of Industry 4.0 - electromobility and e-mobility.