The round, led by Solvay Ventures, is joined by existing investors including Finindus and happens in parallel with Tau's commercial breakthrough with automotive customers.

After successfully passing laboratory testing, Tau has now unveiled a new hairpin stator prototype for automotive e-traction developed in partnership with Additive Drives, a manufacturer of state-of-the-art e-motor components.

Fluoropolymers such as PTFE and PFA have the lowest relative permittivity among the insulating polymers and demonstrate superior partial discharge performance compared to commonly used polymers. 


On February 22-24, Tau took part in the 9th Advanced E-Motor Technology Conference in Berlin to discuss the emerging electric motor technologies and the global trends in e-mobility industry.


On September 22-23, Tau featured its high-performance magnet wire for e-mobility at Coiltech 2021 in Pordenone, preparing to build electric motors that are twice more powerful than current models.

Turin/Berlin, 22 July 2021 – Coinciding with the milestone of delivering prototype winding wire to the automotive industry, Tau concluded its financing round with additional funding from Finindus.

Hagen, Germany, 28 May 2020 - With the help of LILIT, a contactless testing system during ongoing production, Waelzholz ensures that the Backlack coating is extremely homogeneous over the entire length of the strip.
Turin/Berlin/Wesel, March 4, 2020 – Turin-based e-mobility and advanced materials venture Tau has secured a €4.5m series A equity investment by the corporate venture arm of ALTANA Group, the German specialty chemicals company.
Turin, Italy, 1 March 2020 - To perfect the curing and subsequent bonding of the magnetic steel core of electric motors and optimize process efficiency, Axalta partners its Voltatex® self-bonding enamels with Tau Industrial Robotics’ LILIT®.
Turin, Italy - 5 April 2019 - Users of Voltatex insulating material from Axalta, a leading global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, can now exclusively have access to  the newly-developed LILIT.