Director Sander ten Hoopen of Ideevolutie's showcased the company’s technology to Dutch minister Henk Kamp of Economic Affairs when he visited the ESA Business Innovation Centre (BIC) Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Hosted at the centre, Ideevolutie is an innovative cleantech start-up company specialized in the development of sustainable energy technology such as for hydrogen and fuel cells.
Developing high efficiency electrolysis and fuel cell equipment for terrestrial and space applications, the technology can for example be applied in oxygen generation equipment for human space flight as well as many non-space applications.
The scientists and engineers of Ideevolutie have a long experience in developing innovative hydrogen and fuel cell products such as proton exchange membrane fuel cell systems for stationary and mobility applications, electrochemical hydrogen compression systems and high pressure hydrogen storage. Currently the company is developing cutting edge hydrogen production technology based on the electrolysis of water.
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