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Hydrolite (Advanced anion exchange membrane technology for electrolyzers and fuel cells as an electric vehicle power source)

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Hydrolite, an Israeli cleantech startup founded in 2016, specializes in electrolyzer and fuel cell technology. They offer low-cost green hydrogen generation and power delivery solutions to accelerate the green energy revolution. The company’s unique AEM

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Power to Hydrogen ($6M for reversible fuel cell technology to maximize the usefulness of intermittent renewable electricity)

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Power to Hydrogen, an American cleantech startup founded in 2019, develops a new low-cost AEM reversible fuel cell that can run stable cycles between electrolyzing water and generating electricity. The reversible fuel cell can electrochemically

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Antora Energy ($55M to develop a low-cost heat battery for renewable energy storage and industrial heat applications)

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Antora Energy, an American cleantech company founded in 2017, develops a low-cost thermal storage solution for grid-scale energy storage of renewable resources based on an inexpensive thermal storage medium and a high-efficiency thermophotovoltaic energy conversion.

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Syzygy Plasmonics ($106M to commercialize photocatalyst reactors for on site producing green fuels)

Syzygy Plasmonics, an American cleantech company founded in 2017, commercializes plasmonic photocatalyst reactors that use renewable energy-powered LED light and plasmonic photocatalysts to drive chemical reactions such as methane reforming to produce on-site green fuels.

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Synhelion ($48M to use concentrated solar energy to convert CO2 and water to renewable syngas for jet fuel synthesis)

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Synhelion, a Swiss cleantech company founded in 2016, develops a solar receiver-reactor that utilizes the concentrated solar energy and ceria redox material to convert CO₂ and water into renewable syngas, which is then used to

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