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Verdagy closes funding round led by TDK Ventures and joined by hydrogen and renewable energy leaders across four continents.
New funding enables the ongoing development and scale-up of unique, large-scale electrolyzer technology.
Verdagy announced today the closing of a $25MM funding round led by TDK Ventures. Syndicate members represent leaders in a wide range of industries focused on the use of green hydrogen and renewable energy for deep decarbonization, and include (in alphabetical order) BHP Ventures, Doral Energy Tech Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Orbia Ventures, Shell Ventures, and Temasek.
TDK Ventures Invests in Green Hydrogen-Electrolysis Startup Verdagy
TDK Corporation (TSE: 6762) announced today that subsidiary TDK Ventures, Inc. has invested in green hydrogen company Verdagy to enhance the development and rapid commercialization of their scalable, low-cost approach to hydrogen electrolysis. Having recently completed their spin off from green chemical-company Chemetry, Verdagy is focused on the large-scale production of green hydrogen required for deep-decarbonization of a wide range of industries. This investment marks a continued focus on clean and green technology by TDK Ventures.
ORBIA VENTURES JOINS $25M INVESTMENT SYNDICATE IN FUNDING VERDAGY, A GREEN HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY INNOVATOR
Orbia joins TDK Ventures, BHP Ventures, Doral Energy Tech Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Shell Ventures and Temasek in scaling electrolysis technology for sustainable industrial applications.
Orbia Ventures, the venture capital arm of multinational Orbia, announces today its participation in an investor syndicate backing Verdagy, a green hydrogen developer with new electrolyzer technology to decarbonize industrial processing at scale.
Doral Energy Tech Ventures joins TDK Ventures, Temasek, Shell Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Orbia Ventures, and BHP Ventures, with investment in Verdagy, Green Hydrogen-Electrolysis Startup
The company’s core innovation focuses on large scale electrolysis incorporating the advantages of AWE and PEM electrolyzers while designing out their inherent disadvantages.
Verdagy has raised USD 25 million in Series A financing and plans to continue its scale-up activities and further demonstrate its novel electrolyzer technology.
More Press Releases
Verdagy appoints new VP, Business Development to accelerate green hydrogen commercialization efforts
Nick Mittica has joined Verdagy as Vice President, Business Development. Mr. Mittica will be responsible for Verdagy’s overall business development efforts related to Verdagy’s green hydrogen electrolyzer technology.
Mr. Mittica’s key focus areas will be leading the business development efforts and commercial activities related to the Verdagy Water Electrolysis (VWE) technology.
Permascand and Verdagy sign Collaboration Agreement for the co-development of a novel electrochemical cell for green hydrogen production
Permascand Top Holding AB (publ) (“Permascand”), an independent technology-driven manufacturer of electrochemical solutions, today announced that the company has signed a collaboration agreement with Verdagy for the development of a novel electrochemical cell to produce green hydrogen. The Collaboration Agreement will accelerate the commercialization of the Electrochemical Cell that is the foundation for the Verdagy Water Electrolysis (VWE) process.
Permascand signs Letter of Intent with Verdagy on co-development of a novel electrochemical cell for green hydrogen production
Permascand Top Holding AB (publ) (“Permascand”), an independent technology-driven manufacturer of electrochemical solutions, today announced that the company has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Verdagy – a spin-out of Chemetry – for the development of a novel electrochemical cell to produce green hydrogen. The LOI will build on Chemetry’s successful relationship and development activities for the commercialization of electrochemical cells for Chemetry’s eShuttle® EDC process.
In The News
Hydrogen Central 4.11.22
Interview with Verdagy, how their electrolysis technology will help decarbonize energy intensive industries
Verdagy is innovating water electrolysis technology for the very large-scale production of green hydrogen. Verdagy is creating an entirely new category of high-performance cells, electrolyzers and plants. Verdagy’s industry leading solutions achieve both the lowest upfront capital costs and the lowest unit economics for production.
EE Times 2.15.22
Verdagy has closed a $25 million funding round led by TDK Ventures to accelerate the development of its large-scale electrolyzer technology
TDK Ventures is investing in green hydrogen electrolysis startup Verdagy with the goal of accelerating energy and environmental transformation through high-throughput, low-cost decarbonization. Where electrification is not viable, hydrogen produced from renewable sources can help accelerate the energy transition.
Thought Leadership 2.14.22
Why We Invested in Verdagy and the Future of Hydrogen Electrolyzers
Verdagy’s innovations in hydrogen production technology represents a paradigm shift in hydrogen electrolyzer technology and represent a tractable pathway for hydrogen to decarbonize hard to abate sectors like petrochemical, mining, and steel manufacturing. In partnering, Verdagy and TDK Ventures seek to work together towards their mutual vision for energy transformation, and to accelerate their technology to market to bring about the future sooner rather than later.
Hydrogen production without CO2 is getting a boost with new tech from Verdagy
Hydrogen pioneers Verdagy — from “verde” for green, and “agy” for energy — raised $25 million from a fistful of strategic investors in the energy sector in a bid to take a messy, not-that-environmentally-friendly process of making hydrogen and replacing it with an industrially scalable solution with no nasties going into the air.