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Clean energy storage

Battolyser Systems

Imagine.
Always clean energy.

Battolyser Systems pioneers a new category of dual-purpose energy storage solutions. With the Battolyser - the most efficient electrolyser that lasts and can deal with intermittent power, electricity storage, and hydrogen production is combined in one robust, flexible, and efficient patented system.

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Headquarters

Schiedam

Netherlands

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Established

2018

Joined the group

2020

Battolyser Systems are committed to fighting climate change at scale.

Driven by the knowledge that the available battery and electrolyser technologies of today were simply not good enough to economically balance renewable power with societal demand at scale, Prof. Dr. Fokko Mulder and his team at Delft University of Technology invented the Battolyser.

A Battolyser offers a dual-purpose energy storage solution with a combined battery and electrolyser function that unlocks a completely new business model. It is a new product category with breakthrough flexibility that is robust, efficient, uses only abundant materials, and is easy to recycle.

What can the Battolyser technology be used to achieve?
 


GROWTH OF RENEWABLES

Make way for the construction of more solar and wind park developments even when existing grids are at their limit.

RENEWABLE ROI

Increase the financial viability of renewable energy generation assets for future-proof return on investment by storing power and producing hydrogen when pricing is low, and selling power when the market peaks.

INDUSTRIAL USE

Produce green hydrogen onsite and stabilise power supply for industrial use.

BALANCING INTERMITTENT SOURCES

Allow for the continuous export of hydrogen production solutions (ammonia, liquid hydrogen) from intermittent renewable energy sources.

OFF-GRID

Provide consistent renewable energy year-round to traditionally hard-to-service, off-grid communities.

Society must get all its energy from renewable sources (mostly solar and wind), electrify energy demand as much as possible and use green hydrogen to get to net-zero.

Battolyser Systems CEO Mattijs Slee

Mattijs Slee

CEO, Battolyser Systems

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