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Green Energy Storage


On the strength of a Harvard patent, it develops an energy storage system based on organic flow battery technology.

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Goal min 245,85 k€

Goal max 983,41 k€

Total Collected

1,1 Mln€




9 Mln€

Minimum goal

245,85 k€

Minimum Order

899,95 €



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Green Energy Storage is an innovative startup founded in 2015 and composed of a team of entrepreneurs and managers with thirty years of experience. On the strength of an exclusive agreement for Europe with Harvard University, Green Energy Storage has developed an organic storage system for renewable energy based on quinone, a molecule found in rhubarb and other plants. The storage systems allow the energy produced from renewable sources to be used with flexibility, solving the problem of intermittency of renewable sources and reducing costs.
The high technological value of GES's solution and the company's vision have earned it funding within the European Union's Horizon 2020 program and from the Province of Trento.
Green Energy Storage is now a world leader in the field of organic batteries.

Around this project, which starts from a discovery of Harvard University, Green Energy Storage has gathered the best excellences of our country, signing partnerships with the University of Rome Tor Vergata, the Bruno Kessler Foundation of Trento and De Nora Industries, world leaders in the production of electrodes and membranes, key components for the development of storage systems.

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