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Follow us on our journey to turn the battery storage industry upside down.

Stay tuned for the latest developments and news on STABL®. We are aiming to be a real game-changer in the industry and enable the large spread of battery storage systems.

2020

An exciting article about our STABL Technology in the pv magazine.

Arthur and Nam did a great job in explaining our innovation in simpler words!

Flexibility, efficiency & cost reduction.

Many thanks to our supporters: Infineon Technologies, Initiative for Industrial Innovators and Universität der Bundeswehr München.

MEGAWATT WINNER

STABL took silver! Great work!

“A cascade for more efficient battery systems”

Thank you pv magazine for this awesome award. Click here to read more about our revolutionary approach on page 13.

pv magazine interview

Our first live interview with pv magazine!

Nam tells you — in less than a minute — how our technology is revolutionizing the way battery storage systems are build. And also what our future steps look like.

Well done Nam!

Click here to listen to the full Podcast.

2019

“In five years all over the globe”
In today’s version of Munich Merkur an interview with our Co-Founder Christoph about the modest vision of STABL (m-Bee GmbH) has been featured. The interview is even mentioned on the title page of the print version!

Read the entire interview at: https://www.merkur.de/lokales/muenchen-lk/neubiberg-ort29121/neubiberger-batterie-startup-in-fuenf-jahren-auf-ganzen-globus-13251630.html

STABL wins the University Innovation Challenge 2019
Arthur Singer (on the right) with the University Innovation Challenge award 2019

STABL (formerly known as m-Bee) convinced both the jury and the audience as we took the victory in the category “Future Connectivity for Sustainability” at the 2019 edition of the University Innovation Challenge (UIC). The event is hosted by Handelsblatt and Goethe University in Frankfurt and promotes the university start-up culture in the German-speaking area.

The finalists are selected in a multi-stage process: after submission of all application documents, a shortlist for each category is created.