We have seven spots for key partners within the seven most vital areas of our mission. To become a key sponsor one must have sponsored a significant amount and be a leading company in its industry. The company must push the boundaries of its field. We are very proud of our key sponsors. LUNARK wouldn’t be possible without them and we thank them from the Earth to the Moon - and back. These are the seven key-partner spots.
ewool - Equipment sponsor
Based in Canada, the land of extreme winters, ewool makes the most powerful, simple to use and dependable heated wearables. They are committed to keeping achievers warm and enabled to perform in the cold. For this mission, ewool will provide powerful heated wearables, warm clothes and survival equipment for the extreme arctic climate.
SUNBEAMsystem - Solar power partner
SUNBEAMsystem produces the toughest most efficient solar panels in the world. They have the smallest footprint thanks to world record efficient solar cells. SUNBEAMsystem will provide high performance solar panels, charge controllers, and batteries. Lightweight yet robust panels attached to the exterior of the habitat, the perfect solution for the extreme climate of the arctic. SMART LITHIUM batteries provides a safe and efficient energy storage. These components are crucial for an off grid mission like LUNARK. Independent tests put the solar cells at the top regarding real world yield.
betaFACTORY - Fabrication partner
betaFACTORY located in Copenhagen, Denmark, is tomorrow's manufacturing workshop. They want to build a space full of knowhow by running community driven prototyping facilities a.k.a makerspaces or FabLabs and extend their service offerings to entrepreneurs who want to start manufacturing in small scale while staying agile.
Their aim is to help push the boundaries of urban local manufacturing in a global world.
OPEN - Financial partner
A large and an often overlooked part of an ambitious project like LUNARK is finance, structure and being organized.
OPEN - Transportation partner
To simulate the isolation of the moon, we are going to a very remote location in Greenland, which simultaneously will also be very difficult to reach. Transport to and from the site is critical.