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Synhelion raises CHF 16 million to accelerate the decarbonization of transportation

Synhelion has raised CHF 16 million in its Series B and will use the funding to build and operate the world’s first plant capable of producing solar fuels at an industrial scale.

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NZZ – Sonne und Luft als Rohstoffe genügen

Das junge Schweizer Unternehmen Synhelion hat ein neues Verfahren zur Herstellung von CO2-neutralem Flüssigtreibstoff entwickelt. Erste Pilotanlagen sind in Erprobung, das Potenzial stimmt optimistisch.

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Synhelion receives funding from German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is supporting the SolarFuels research project by Synhelion and other partners with EUR 3.92 million. Synhelion will use the funding to build the world’s first industrial plant for solar fuels.

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AMAG invests in Synhelion

Switzerland’s largest automobile importer AMAG Group Ltd’s climate and innovation fund makes its first investment and takes a stake in Synhelion.

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Synhelion acquires Heliokon and pushes ahead with internationalization

Synhelion has acquired German company Heliokon GmbH, an expert in concentrated solar power (CSP) technology.

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The Engineer – Solar power tech could help produce next generation synthetic fuels

Concentrated solar energy has come a long way since the days of Archimedes.

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Synthetic fuels explained

What types of renewable synthetic fuels are there and how are they produced? A beginner’s guide to biofuels, e-fuels, and solar fuels.

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SAT.1 – Fuel from air and sunlight

Looking for solutions to reach net zero, the German TV channel SAT.1 wanted to know how we turn air and sunlight into jet fuel.

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