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GenCell

GenCell: Creating 100% green back-up and generator power solutions.

GenCell has dedicated themselves to the pursuit of 100% clean renewable energy to drive true environmental transformation while meeting and exceeding the energy demands of human progress and technological acceleration. They’ve developed an off-the-grid or back-up power solution that runs completely on hydrogen or ammonia fuel and can operate and tolerate across the gambit of environmental conditions. They’re providing green power exactly when you need it, anywhere.

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"TDK is a strong technology and business partner, with extensive expertise in roll-to-roll coating, manufacturing, and power electronic supply components. We deliver the most advanced fuel cell solutions that significantly reduce our customers’ carbon footprint with unprecedented cost savings, efficiency, and performance. We currently operate in 18 countries and consistently look to partners to assist in the performance enhancement of our fuel cells and to increase our business footprint. TDK’s knowledge in process improvement, at-scale manufacturing and power supplies will help us deliver even higher-performance green products with lower total cost of ownership."

CEO Rami Reshef

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Team members involved with GenCell

Geetha Dholakia

Portfolio Program Manager

Chiaki Yoshikawa

Startup Liaison

Anil Achyuta

Investment Director

Nicolas Sauvage

President

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