ReCatalyst and ionysis receive €2.5m EIC Transition funding to launch fuel cell project

Slovenian and German start-ups ReCatalyst and ionysis are set to receive €2.5m ($2.6m) of funding from the European Innovation Council (EIC) Transition for project to bring cost-effective hydrogen technologies to market.

Having worked together through their respective research institutions – the University of Freiburg and Hahn-Schickard for ionysis, and the Slovenian National Institute of Chemistry for ReCatalyst, for three years, the companies will now develop cost-effective fuel cells for heavy-duty applications.

The “Enabler” project looks to combine the technologies of the two start-ups with the aim of making fuel cells for heavy-duty applications more cost-effective, environmentally friendly and improve performance.

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