Mark Schramek and Don Rosenberg bring extensive experience in government affairs and global policy to support Niron Magnetics’ corporate outreach and commercialization
With $100 million in funding, Niron looks to scale up production of permanent magnets without using rare-earth materials from China, which pose a national security risk.
As an ARPA-E SCALEUP grant awardee, Niron will present on the production process for its rare-earth free Iron Nitride permanent magnets
Jonathan Rowntree brings extensive experience in technical advanced materials and commercialization to advance Niron’s scaling and operational capabilities
Government funding and commercial partnerships further validate the potential of Niron’s Clean Earth Magnet® technology and will accelerate production plans to usher in a more sustainable future
Experts in materials science, engineering, and operations will help Niron commercialize the world’s first high performance rare-earth free permanent magnets
GreenSpur designed a new, rare earth-free 15MW generator based on Niron’s magnet technology that delivers a 56% reduction in mass and meets required efficiency targets
Investment to accelerate next-generation Clean Earth Magnet™ development for use in hard disk drives for enterprise cloud storage, data centers and more
The Volvo Cars Tech Fund and Volta Energy Technologies join existing investors Anzu Partners and the University of Minnesota.
MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Niron Magnetics, the company manufacturing the world’s first rare-earth free, high performance magnets, today announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors, along with three executive advisors to support the firm’s rapid expansion.