EU-funded project SUN-to-LIQUID II launches
On November 1, 2023, the SUN-to-LIQUID II research project was launched. This initiative will demonstrate the scalability and high efficiency of producing sustainable synthetic fuel from CO2, water, and sunlight.
Synhelion becomes part of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Innovators Community
As of September 1, Synhelion has joined the WEF’s Global Innovators Community. The Global Innovators Community is an invitation-only group of the world’s most promising start-ups and scale-ups that are at the forefront of ethical technological and business model innovation.
Synhelion and CEMEX make further progress toward the world’s first fully solar-powered cement plant
Synhelion and Cemex announced today a significant milestone in their joint effort to develop fully
solar-driven cement production: the scaling of their technology to industrially-viable levels. This
includes the continuous production of clinker, the most energy-intensive part of cement
manufacturing, using only solar heat.
University of Florida and Synhelion to scale up solar hydrogen energy solution
Synhelion and its partner, University of Florida, announced today that their joint project has been awarded US$ 2.7 million from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO).
CEMEX, Sandia Labs, and Synhelion to scale solar energy technology to produce cement
Synhelion announced today that the U.S. Department of Energy awarded US$ 3.2 million to Solar MEAD, a joint project headed by CEMEX, Sandia National Laboratories, and Synhelion, which aims to decarbonize cement production.
Synhelion raises CHF 22 million investment to drive the scaling of solar fuel production
Synhelion has raised CHF 22 million in another successful financing round. The funds were primarily provided by existing investors and selected new strategic investors, including Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS).
Synhelion starts construction of DAWN
With today’s groundbreaking ceremony, Synhelion marks the start of construction work on DAWN – the world’s first industrial demonstration plant to produce solar fuels.