Co-operation with the University of Tartu
The University of Tartu is the largest university in Estonia and one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe. The University is ranked #1 in the Times Higher Education New Europe rankings and belongs to the top 1.2% of global universities (QS World University Rankings).
The university is developing medium-temperature, solid oxide, and platinum-free PEM fuel cells, hydrogen adsorption materials and devices, CO2 and H20 co-electrolysis cells, electrical double layer and hybrid capacitors and Li and Na-ion batteries. The University of Tartu has many patents in the USA, EU, Russia and Estonia in photovoltaic, solid oxide fuel cells, proton-exchange membrane fuel cells, supercapacitors, and Na-ion batteries, and is collaborating with Oxford University, Imperial College of London, Case Western Reserve University, University California Davis, ETH Zürich, Uppsala University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Aalto University, MaxLab Lund and many others.
Hydrogen self-driving cars are also being developed at the university, in cooperation with Auve tech.