Many industries rely heavily on fossil fuel energy sources. Sunfire is a cleantech startup from Dresden, Germany, developing and manufacturing steam electrolysers and high-temperature fuel cells. The technology can be used to convert various fuels such as natural gas or LPG into electricity and heat and to convert electricity into chemical energy.
The future is now. Skeleton Technologies produces ultracapacitors that lasts 500 times longer than lithium-ion batteries and packs in more power even though they much lighter. Step aside for the energy storage devices of the future.
In the next couple of decades, with our growing population, we will have to double food production on our planet. SOLHO has created a solution to this complex problem by creating an energy saving system to feed the mouths of these billions of people.
In this category, we summarise the European CleanTech startup scene, whilst presenting various startups from within the sector.
CleanTech startups produce products that solve a specific problem while reducing costs, energy consumption, waste or environmental pollution. In this sense, it has similarities with the GreenTech market.
As such, the term CleanTech encompasses growing industries such as solar, wind, water purification, and biofuels.The following articles show the latest news coming from the European CleanTech startup market. These include projects such as energy-saving farming which can cope with increasing food production, maximum-efficiency wind turbines, and much more.