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Princeton NuEnergy ($42M to recycle spent lithium batteries for sustainable battery materials)

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Princeton NuEnergy, an American cleantech company founded in 2019, develops lithium-ion battery recycling technology based on low-temperature plasma-assisted separation (LPAS) process for making sustainable battery materials. The technology significantly reduces the cost, environmental waste, and […]

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Lithion Technologies ($102M to recycle spent lithium batteries for making sustainable battery materials)

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Lithion Technologies (also known as Lithion Recycling), a Canadian cleantech company founded in 2017, provides a hydrometallurgy-based technology that recovers 95% of lithium-ion battery components and regenerates high-purity materials that can be used in the

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Ascend Elements ($1.5B to recycle spent lithium batteries for producing sustainable battery materials)

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Ascend Elements (formerly known as Battery Resourcers), an American cleantech company founded in 2015, recycles valuable elements from spent lithium-ion batteries and produces sustainable electric vehicle battery materials. The company upcycles those materials to contribute

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Green Li-ion ($35M to recycle spent lithium batteries for making sustainable battery materials)

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Green Li-ion, a Singapore-based cleantech company founded in 2020, recycles valuable elements from spent lithium batteries for making sustainable lithium batteries. Challenges: lithium battery recycling The rapid growth of electric vehicles has a significant impact

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Versogen ($14M Series A funding to develop anion exchange membrane electrolyzers for green hydrogen production)

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Versogen, an American cleantech startup founded in 2018, produces low-cost green hydrogen at scale using anion exchange membranes and earth-abundant materials. The company has received $14.5 million in Series A funding from investors such as Doosan

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Raven SR ($22M to on site convert organic waste, solid waste, or biogas to hydrogen and carbon-neutral fuels)

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Raven SR, an American cleantech company founded in 2018, develops a unique steam/CO₂ reforming technology,  which transforms solid waste, organic waste, and methane into high-quality, clean hydrogen and Fischer-Tropsch synthetic fuels. Challenge: waste gasification We

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Ergosup (€16 for directly producing highly pressurized hydrogen in refueling stations for hydrogen e-drones and e-bikes)

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Ergosup, a French cleantech startup founded in 2012, develops and commercializes solutions for the production and storage of green hydrogen using its own patented electrolysis technology. The company has developed HyRiS products, which are green hydrogen refueling

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H2Pro ($107M to develop membrane-free water electrolyzers for producing low-cost green hydrogen)

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H2Pro, an Israeli cleantech startup founded in 2019, produces green hydrogen using a membrane-free technology that reduces capital expenditure by half compared to traditional electrolyzers. The company is backed by investors such as Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy

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