We strongly believe in Europe’s advanced role in energy decarbonisation and we are fully aware of what this role implies in terms of sovereignty preservation and high level education standards. As a start up, we both benefit from the European research level/competences of our talented team, and owe in return to sustain this high level internally and in the European ecosystem. Thus our motivation to join the Pledge, as a start more to learn than to teach, but hopefully later on in a more balanced position.
CLHYNN is proposing a disruptive green hydrogen fuel cell technology that will accelerate the energy transition in mobility through its self-production of hydrogen, and make it sustainable through its choice of non-critical materials.
The innovation relies on both the self-production of hydrogen thanks to a solid state source of hydrogen reacting with water, and the sustainability of the materials selected for the fuel cell (non critical raw materials, no PFAS)