Center of Excellence spin-off lands its first big contract

The Danish start-up RenCat, which is a spin-off company from the DNRF Center for Individual Nanoparticle Functionality (CINF), has developed a CO2-neutral hydrogen generator that can secure power to cellular towers in countries with an unstable power supply. The CO2-neutral hydrogen generator can replace the polluting diesel generators that are being used in areas with a poor power supply such as African and Asia.

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The technology behind the hydrogen generator was developed at the Center for Individual Nanoparticle Functionality (CINF) and DTU Physics, and the spin-off company has just signed with its first major customer abroad, Grameen Phone, the largest telecom company in Bangladesh.

RenCat was founded by center leader and Professor Ib Chorendorff, Ph.D. Morten Godtfred Nielsen, and Debasish Chakraborty, the current CEO of RenCat.

See more via Ledelse IDAG.dk (in Danish)



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