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'Team points' are awarded according to the adequacy of the solution with the type of innovations sought by Team for the Planet. They correspond to the analysis of several factors :

  • impact potential: impact average score > 4 => 0,5 point / if > 4,15 => 1 point.
  • global consistency: all average score of the 6 selection criteria > 2,5 => 1 point.
  • the favourite: % of assessments judge the innovation as a top one to act on a global scale against greenhouse gases > 20% => 1 point
  • the targeting: validation of Team for the Planet scope of action higher than 90% => 0,5 point + innovation level of maturity is enough => 0,5 point
  • social acceptability: semantic analysis score of comments > 0 => 0,5 point/ if > 3500 => 1 point
44 assessments

Submitted for assessment : After checking that an innovation is within the scope of the 20 issues Team for the Planet targets and that it has reached a sufficient maturity, the innovation is being assessed.

REMA is pioneering the universal use of green hydrogen.

Lever of action
Zero emissions
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Submission date June 15, 2023 Founders Steven Schenk Development location Lausanne, Switzerland

Detailed project

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What is the issue addressed?

REMA's groundbreaking membrane-less electrolyser tackles fossil fuel dependency and facilitates the decarbonization of various industries by providing a solution for the universal use of green hydrogen.

How is the problem solved?

REMA's green hydrogen production technology eliminates the need for membranes. This characteristic allows REMA to achieve an efficiency outperforming current electrolysers by 10-20%, reducing prices, simplifying construction and industrialization processes.

What is the customer target?

From individuals for household application, to large industry for decarbonisation of existing and future installations.

How is this solution different?

REMA developed a technology without the most limiting part of conventional electrolysers, their membrane, allowing to operate at higher temperature, outperforming competitors technology efficiency, price and robustness.