- ReCatalyst, a startup focused on developing next-generation PEM fuel cell catalysts has successfully raised $1.7 million in seed funding.
- The funding round saw participation from High-Tech Grunderfonds, OCCIDENT, RUG Ventures, Tine Tomažič, and xista science ventures.
- The funds will be used to accelerate the development of the startup’s advanced fuel cell catalyst technologies.
Tech startup ReCatalyst has successfully raised $1.7 million USD in a Seed funding round. Based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, the startup is focused on the development of next-generation Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell catalysts.
According to the company’s Crunchbase profile, this is the first funding round for ReCatalyst. The round saw participation from High-Tech Grunderfonds, OCCIDENT, RUG Ventures, Tine Tomažič, and xista science ventures.
ReCatalyst’s groundbreaking work in the Chemical and Nanotechnology industry clinched the interest of investors. With this new injection of funds, the ambitious startup is set to steer innovation in the development of PEM fuel cell catalysts to new heights.
The fundraising round took place on July 28th, 2023, and the total funding amount reached by ReCatalyst is $1.7 million. With such strong initial funding, the startup is well-positioned to pioneer advancements in the field of PEM fuel cell technology.
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