Verdagy: Innovating hydrogen fuel generation through new, scalable, green hydrolysis.

Verdagy is innovating water electrolysis technology for the large-scale production of green hydrogen. They have created an innovative, completely new approach which leverages high current density at a wide and dynamic range of conditions to enable green, scalable, hydrogen production a reality for the first time – offering both the lowest upfront capital costs and the lowest unit economics for production.


"It is very rewarding and encouraging to win the confidence of such a stellar group of thought-leading investors. It speaks volumes about the work done by the Verdagy team to demonstrate our low capex and low opex approach to green hydrogen electrolysis. We are looking forward to collaborating further with our investor partners on the journey to decarbonize various industrial sectors.”

CEO, Marty Neese

Why We Invested in Verdagy and the Future of Hydrogen Electrolyzers

Verdagy is quickly making a name for itself as a leading innovator in green hydrogen water electrolysis technology. Their mission is to enable industrial sector decarbonization through large scale green hydrogen production. Verdagy takes the best of current industry standard practices and combines them in a way optimized for industrial scaling


Team members involved with Verdagy

Bill Graves

Legal Principal

Robert Porter

Financial Principal

Geetha Dholakia

Portfolio Program Manager

Chiaki Yoshikawa

Startup Liaison

Marc Bouchet

Investment Associate

Anil Achyuta

Managing Director

Other Energy & Cleantech Companies

Divirod’s cost-effective and scalable water network solution brings accessible, hyperlocal, and high-quality data in real-time.
Span has overhauled the 100-year-old electrical panel to bring the innovations of tomorrow into the homes of today.
GenCell has 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.
Ascend Elements has created a novel closed loop recycling process, recovering high value battery components for reuse without the need to reprocess raw materials.
AMB’s innovative “dry” process to print Li-ion battery electrodes can reduce energy consumption of a battery plant by 50%, save 40% in capital expenditure and enable potentially higher energy, faster charging, and lower cost batteries.