Fraunhofer ICT

Coordinated by the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, and funded by the European Union’s Marie-Sklodowska-Curie programme, in the research network »FlowCamp« (MSCA-ITN-2017- 765289), 15 PhD students develop materials for next-generation redox-flow battery systems. Prototypes developed in the project will be tested using the cutting-edge facilities of the German-funded (19 million €) RedoxWind campus at Fraunhofer ICT. Open website : »


Founded in 1912, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology is Israel’s first university. Today, Technion is acclaimed as the source of ingenuity behind Israel’s status as the world’s “Start-Up Nation”. Technion innovation has a high global impact in areas including life-saving medicine, sustainable energy, water conservation, computer science, and nanotechnology. Technion, with 18 faculties and more than 50 research centers, offers degrees in science and engineering, architecture, medicine and education. »

University of Exeter

The University of Exeter has a substantial and diverse set of active energy researchers, primarily working in the area of increasing sustainability of energy generation and consumption. Recent work includes energy efficiency, renewable electricity, heat and transport. Research areas include policy & regulation, behaviour of energy consumers, ecological impacts of energy usage, engineering around new solutions in multiple technology areas. technologies covered include PV, concentrated PV, solar thermal, wave energy, tidal energy, floating and fixed offshore wind energy, biomass as well as smart grid and system flexibility. »

PV3 Technologies

PV3 Technologies’ business is the manufacturing and development of electrochemical materials. We work collaboratively with suppliers, partners and customers to ensure our customers receive the material best suited to their application.  We offer a wide selection of catalysts, battery materials and coated electrodes for the full range of electrochemical processes including hydrogen generation, water treatment, electrochemical energy storage, electrochemical medtech devices and more. »

Energy Storage NL

‘Energy Storage NL’ interconnects enterprises, knowledge institutes, government and financial institutes, in order to support creation of sustainable business cases for energy storage, which contribute to a successful transition to a clean, reliable and affordable energy supply. Open website »

Groene Groeiers

Wij zijn ondernemers in Nederland die op een groene manier willen groeien. We willen niet alleen natuur en milieu zoveel mogelijk ontlasten bij onze economische activiteiten. Als het even kan, willen we met ons product of onze dienst ook bijdragen aan een betere en leefbare wereld. Open website Groene Groeiers »

ETH Zürich

Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-​mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. Our university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-​day Switzerland created it as a centre of innovation and knowledge. At ETH Zurich, students discover an ideal environment for independent thinking, researchers a climate which inspires top performance. Situated in the heart of Europe, yet forging connections all over the world, ETH Zurich is pioneering effective solutions to the global challenges of today and tomorrow. »

Vertech Group

Vertech Group is an environmental engineering company that offers services in Sustainability Assessment (Life Cycle Cost, Social Life Cycle) and Environmental Transformation (Carbon footprint, Environmental audits). Vertech Group is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations (UN SDG) to maximize the impact on society and actively participates in an international network of organizations related to the best environmental and R & D practices. »

TU Delft

The Technical University of Delft is the oldest, largest and most comprehensive university of technology in the Netherlands. On a structural basis, TU Delft collaborates with other international research institutes and has partnerships with governments, industry partners and companies from the small and medium business sectors. TU Delft ranks 52nd on the 2019 QS World University Rankings overall, and ranks 13th worldwide among the field of Chemical Engineering. The research groups of David Vermaas and Willem Haverkort at TU Delft collaborate with Elestor in the MELODY project, for developing membrane-free H2-Br2 redox flow batteries. »

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