FOM to participate in U.S. DOE project

FOM to participate in U.S. DOE project

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced an ambitious new target to cut the cost of solar energy by 60% within the next ten years, in addition to nearly $128 million in funding to lower costs, improve performance, and speed the deployment of solar energy...
New contract: Argonne National Laboratory

New contract: Argonne National Laboratory

After testing FOM Technologies equipment delivered in fall 2020, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) part of the United States Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded FOM Technologies with a contract for new and more advanced slot die coating equipment. The new equipment...
FOM subsidiary awarded patent

FOM subsidiary awarded patent

FOM Technologies’ 51% owned subsidiary MLMC Therapeutics has been granted its first process patent using Slot-die coating, thereby paving the future way for FOM Technologies to provide equipment for the development of new ground-breaking manufacturing of medicine. The...
3 Newly elected board of directors

3 Newly elected board of directors

In connection with FOM Technologies’ General Assembly meeting on Thursday the 11th of March 2021, the shareholders have elected 3 new members to the Board of Directors. The new members are Karsten Winther (Vice President of Vertiv – responsible for EMEA...
New contract: Space-based solar energy sheets

New contract: Space-based solar energy sheets

University of Toledo in Ohio has been awarded grants from the U.S. Air Force to develop photovoltaic energy sheets that would live in space and harvest solar energy to transmit power wirelessly to Earth-based receivers. University of Toledo has decided to purchased...
Mikkel Jespersen joins the FOM team

Mikkel Jespersen joins the FOM team

Today we are very pleased to announce that Mikkel O. Jespersen has joined the FOM Technologies team as Head of Products & Innovation. With experience from the medical device industry, Mikkel joins FOM Technologies as Head of Products & Innovation in early...