Telenor provides IoT connectivity for Polarium

  • November 15, 2023
  • Steve Rogerson

Telenor IoT is providing Swedish energy storage developer Polarium with managed IoT connectivity globally.

Polarium will use Telenor IoT’s cellular managed connectivity to offer a range of digital options, including fleet management, remote monitoring, anti-theft and tracking services.

Polarium’s fleet management service lets users remotely monitor, control and optimise their entire battery fleet. It offers predictive and preventive management, identifying issues before they harm operations, ultimately saving time and resources.

Benefits for users include data-driven insights, analytics and advice for battery usage, optimisation, and early detection of potential errors. This leads to more efficient troubleshooting, intelligent battery resource allocation, and peace of mind with warranty-compliant battery handling.

To help combat battery theft, Polarium has developed an intelligent anti-theft system featuring a patent-pending locking mechanism and real-time tracking.

“With managed IoT connectivity, we streamline operations, reduce ownership costs and provide anti-theft capabilities,” said Stefan Jansson, CEO of Polarium. “We’re proud to partner with Telenor IoT on our ongoing transformation.”

Paulo Vergos from Telenor IoT added: “Partnering with Polarium is a perfect match for our commitment to providing innovative IoT. Polarium’s innovative approach to energy storage aligns with our mission to deliver dependable global IoT services to even the most remote areas. We look forward to continuing supporting Polarium on their transformation journey.”

Polarium will begin offering connectivity via Telenor IoT on its energy optimisation systems in Sweden. The company anticipates expanding this to more countries, emphasising the importance of anti-theft features for remote deployments.

Polarium ( makes energy storage built on lithium-ion battery technology for businesses within telecom, commercial, industrial and residential facilities across the world. It was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Stockholm, with production in Mexico, South Africa and Vietnam. It has 550 employees.

Telenor IoT ( is mobile operator Telenor’s IoT arm. With more than 20 years’ experience of providing global IoT connectivity, cloud services and expert support to companies of all sizes, Telenor IoT manages international IoT deployments for users in 200 countries and operates more than 20 million connected devices to enterprises such as Volvo, Scania, Hitachi, Verisure Securitas Direct and Husqvarna.