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SG’s DiviGas nets US$3.6M seed financing for its hydrogen purification technology
DiviGas developed a new process for manufacturing membranes aiming to recycle unrecoverable hydrogen gas generated in refineries and other production facilities.
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Meanwhile, Singapore-based DiviGas is working to disrupt hydrogen production with a new approach that promises to be cleaner than traditional methods. The company raised a $3.6M seed round led by Energy Revolution Ventures and Mann + Hummel to build a plant in Melbourne.
DiviGas secures $3.6m for Hydrogen recycling to reduce emissions
Singapore-based start-up DiviGas announced a financing round of $3.6 million for the first deployments and continued development of groundbreaking polymeric membranes.
DiviGas closes $3.6M seed round to support commercialization of net gen membrane of H2 separation
Start-up DiviGas has announced a $3.6-million seed round to support the commercialization of a new next-generation polymeric hydrogen separation membrane.
US $3.6 M received by DiviGas in seed funding round
DiviGas, a Singaporean business that develops industrial membranes for refineries, has received US $3.6 million in seed investment sponsored by MANN+HUMMEL’s venture arm.
kindrik partners advises cleantech startup DiviGas on US$3.6m seed round
DiviGas has engineered a product designed to efficiently separate and recover hydrogen and other gases at refineries and plants. Their innovative design allows customers to save money and minimise the wasteful and dangerous side-effects such as CO2 production and other mixed gases and chemicals.
DiviGas Announces Seed Round for Polymeric Hydrogen Separation Membrane
Aligned with the COP26 summit which brings parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the start-up DiviGas has announced a $3.6 million seed round to support the commercialization of a new next-generation polymeric hydrogen separation membrane, which is a filter at a molecular level that purifies hydrogen and helps capture the associated CO2.