Our Partners

Recently the local Local Enterprise Partneship, D2N2 has funded a proof of concept project where Green Hydrogen is injected in to an Anaerobic Digestor to improve the Biomethane and energy release from the feedstock. Commercialisation of exceptional technologies.

  • Flow-Through Electrolysis
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Integrated Carbon-Capture
  • Graphene Applications
  • Electrolyser Energy Management

Hydrus Group, Bloom Developments, Henry Royce Institute, National Physical Laboratory, Mercia Power Response, National Graphene Institute, UK AEA (Fusion Technologies)

Loughborough University, University of Nottingham, University of Manchester

Anaerobic Digestion, Solar Power Green Hydrogen Production, Electrolysers for new fusion energy plus fission site decommissioning