MIT R&D grant – Green hydrogen as builDing block for a sustainable energy system – Stimulus 2023-2024

Together with Fluidwell BV from Veghel Avoxt has applied for an MIT R&D grant at Stimulus.

In total a shared subsidy of 200.000 Euro has been granted on November 29, 2022. The project will run until December 31, 2024. In total the budget for the project is almost 600 K Euro, which will be financed by Fluidwell and Avoxt next to the grant of Stimulus.

The aim of this project is to research and develop a product that enables hydrogen production for a broader market segment. The innovative product is designed to be energy efficient and tested in a realistic environment in this project. Fluidwell and Avoxt combine expertise and work together on this project. The intended result of this project is a prototype electrolyser with which hydrogen can be produced energy- and cost-efficiently and safely. This is a sustainable solution that contributes to a reliable and safe energy system

The proposal has been made with the help of Innovencio