We have an exciting portfolio of early-stage industrial innovations that we can’t wait to show the world.
Clean Energy Systems
Alma (previously Clean Power) is a provider of zero emission energy solutions for maritime, offshore and landbased applications. Its a highly efficiency, compact and modular solution based on high-temperature fuel cell technology with ability to run on multiple fuels, such as ammonia, hydrogen, methanol, biogas and liquified natural gas. In a time where future fuel availability is uncertain, Alma clean power technology allows ship owners to reduce risk by choosing the engine, not the fuel type.
Additech is a leading Norwegian company in additive manufacturing services, offering end-to-end solutions to its customers, with in-house quality printing facilities. Additech’s expertise within product optimization design and engineering is helping industrial companies enhance the performance of crucial components, while simultaneously reducing delivery time, costs and environmental footprints.
LayerOne (previously Abalonyx) aims to provide the highest quality graphene materials at a global industrial scale. The company pushes the boundaries of materials by utilizing its proprietary scalable technology to deliver high-quality graphene oxide that changes the way we use materials every day. LayerOne also creates industry-friendly technologies to enable the use of graphene in a vast variety of applications and industries with a core focus on energy storage, composites and coatings, and advanced water solutions.
A compact, self-supported waste handling system enabling waste such as fish sludge, sewage sludge and food waste to be used for clean energy production. Microwave assisted pyrolysis and gasification (MAP-G) is a proprietary technology converting waste into bio-syngas that can be used as input in fuel cells for clean energy production. The MAP-G technology is solving a large waste issue and enabling circular economy.
Based on decades of experience and competence with fuel cell and electrolyser technologies, Clara has developed a technology for regenerative fuel cells, an energy storage solution outperforming batteries for applications with requirement for storage of more than 6-12 hours, large energies and low mass. The technology is developed for space applications, enabling new ways to explore life in space. Other potential applications include off-grid electricity production and grid-balancing.