Finalists selected

Published:  04 August, 2017

Sandvik.jpgA prize of €5,000 is to be awarded in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 4 as three companies pitch innovations in heating technology. For the third year running, the KANTHAL Award will be presented to recognise innovations that contribute to a more sustainable future, quality of life, energy efficiency, and which advance the field of heating technology.

The prize of €5,000, to be donated to a relevant charity organisation of the winner’s choosing, will be presented at an award ceremony held in Stockholm on October 4, 2017.

Nicklas Nilsson, president, Kanthal, said: “We are thrilled by the scope of this year’s shortlisted innovations. We believe they advance knowledge in our industry and will inspire others to take action.”


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