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REMA – Enabling the universal use of green hydrogen


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Données de projet

  • Numéro du projet: GRS-029/23 
  • Subside accordé: CHF 150'000 
  • Consentement: 04.07.2023 
  • Durée: 01.2024 - 05.2025 
  • Champs d'activité:  InnoBooster, seit 2018

Direction du projet

Description du projet

REMA's envision is to revolutionize the electrolyzer industry by developing the most efficient and cost-effective technology for the production of green hydrogen. Through our patented technology, we aim to establish ourselves as a leading global supplier of water electrolyzers.
The project mission is to provide our first customers with an affordable, high-quality, and environmentally-friendly green hydrogen production system. To achieve this, we strive to offer cutting-edge flow-based alkaline electrolyzers that incorporate the latest technological advancements to optimize the efficiency of the electrolysis process.

Etat/résultats intermédiaires

Presently, REMA's team has successfully showcased the immense potential of its membrane-less technology using a 20W lab-scale electrolysis stack. As the project progresses, REMA is committed to developing its inaugural product, which will be sent to a pilot customer for validation. This unit is designed to produce one kilogram of green hydrogen per day.
In the interim, REMA aims to become a independent entities with the creation of a Swiss SA and complete its product development budget with additional investment money and start-up accelerator grants.


Personnes participant au projet

Steven Schenk, EPFL, CEO, founder
Ioekeim Sioutis, EPFL, CTO, founder

Consulting and employees
Pooria Hadikhani, Fluid Mechanics Expert, founder
Evangelos Psaradellis, Automation and Control Expert
Carlo Gigli, Electronic Expert

Demetri Psaltis, Business and Research Advisor, founder
Nikolaos Stergiopulos, Business and Research Advisor, founder

Dernière mise à jour de cette présentation du projet  20.06.2024