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 Z├╝rich, 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.

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