ANS won the prize as the most promising cleanTech company at the Investment Forum, a contest at The Swedish National Energy Convention 2009. The Prize was awarded by a high level investment jury consisting of Malin Nordgren (IKEA GreenTech AB), André Heintz (Sustainable Technologies Fund), Lars-Olof Bäckman (Spiltan), Tobias Elmquist (Volvo Technology Transfer) and Per Ericsson (ETF).

Mattias Karls describes briefly (in Swedish) at Stockholm CleanTech Venure Day 2009 what Applied Nano Surfaces does, how we can lower friction by coating steel and where one can find our technology implemented today.

Mr. Karls gives his experiences on setting up Applied Nano Systems and what he believes to be important when building your company.

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