Private investments


16 May 2022

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HH2E is a new green-energy company in Germany founded to promote immediate change, its technology-mix can transform a variable input of sun or wind energy into a constant flow of price-competitive green Hydrogen, Heat and carbon-free Electricity, to supply local industries and municipalities. Learn more about the company, technology, projects and careers at


9 May 2022

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Founded in 2001, Elcogen is a manufacturer of clean energy technology that delivers affordable green hydrogen and emission-free electricity. Elcogen is a European business with a proud Estonia and Finland presence, and a global customer network delivering flexible core solid oxide technology that can be applied to a broad range of residential, industrial, and commercial applications.

Elcogen supplies the core technology that sits at the heart of energy security and transition away from fossil fuels. Elcogen’s solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and solid oxide electrolyser cell (SOEC) technology offers an efficient solution to green hydrogen production, reducing commercial costs so customers can deliver affordable energy solutions to meet net-zero targets.

Elcogen believes in a future fuelled by a hydrogen-economy for its commercial customers and partners. The company was recently named Innovator of the Year 2020 by the European Business Awards.

Cranfield Aerospace Solutions

24 March 2022

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CAeS has 90+ staff and is one of very few aerospace SMEs globally to have both whole aircraft design capability, and to hold a range of regulatory approvals for the design and manufacture of modifications to existing aircraft. CAeS is a long-established aircraft company with a client base that has included Boeing, Airbus, and Rolls Royce.

The 9-seat hydrogen fuel cell powered Britten-Norman Islander aircraft is expected to be available from 2025, building on the technology flying demonstrator which has been supported to date by the UK Government through an ATI Grant.

Gen2 Energy

3 March 2022

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Gen2 Energy is a Norwegian company dedicated to developing, building, controlling and operating an integrated value chain for green hydrogen. The company aims to establish production capacity at large-scale for green hydrogen based on 100 percent renewable energy, and to operate a reliable and efficient logistics network.

Bramble Energy

14 February 2022

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Bramble Energy is powering a Net Zero world – today – and is proving to be a real game changer in solving key challenges in the production of hydrogen fuel cells including: lead times, up-front investment, manufacturing cost and scalability.

Bramble Energy through revolutionary fuel cell design and manufacturing techniques, has developed the unique printed circuit board (PCB) fuel cell – the PCBFC™. A patent protected fuel cell that can be manufactured in almost all printed circuit board (PCB) factories worldwide.

Home for Bramble Energy is a state-of-the-art facility in Crawley, UK, where they have launched their portable power product range and are developing their high-power density, liquid-cooled fuel cell systems under the same scalable low-cost technology platform.

After raising significant capital in 2020, Bramble Energy is fast becoming the leading hydrogen fuel cell provider for a cleaner and more sustainable world.


7 December 2021

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NanoSUN develops hydrogen distribution and mobile refuelling equipment. Based in Lancaster, UK, our vision is for hydrogen to become the major energy vector in a decarbonised world. In order to achieve this, NanoSUN’s founders aimed to accelerate hydrogen use with their innovative technologies by bridging the gap between the hydrogen supply industry and the needs of hydrogen users for convenient, low cost, simple-to-use and safe fuelling systems.


29 November 2021

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HiiROC is a technology company established in 2019 to develop and commercialise its plasma torch technology in the production of hydrogen from biomethane, methane and other hydrocarbons through thermal plasma electrolysis. HiiROC’s technology enables the low-cost, zero emission production of hydrogen, and can be located at the point of demand thereby avoiding transport costs and enabling the use of existing infrastructure. Plants can be small to industrial scale based on the modular core production unit which is compact, fitting within a ten-foot container, and capable of producing up to 400kg of hydrogen per day alongside carbon black. HiiROC employs around 40 people with its development centre located in Hull, UK.


18 October 2021

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Founded in 2010, Sunfire is a global leader for industrial electrolyzers. Sunfire employs more than 270 people in Germany, Norway, and Switzerland. With innovative and proven solutions, Sunfire is addressing a key challenge of today’s energy system: Providing renewable hydrogen and e-Fuels as substitutes for fossil energy sources. Sunfire’s electrolyzers – based on alkaline and solid oxide technologies – enable the transformation of carbon-intensive industries that are currently dependent on oil, gas, or coal.