HPNow makes top 25 in Nordic Cleantech Open

"Our technology addresses global water treatment needs"

For 10 years the Nordic Cleantech Open competition has served as an observation tower for the up and coming cleantech innovation trends that will support the transition to a low carbon reality.

The 10th Edition of the Nordic Cleantech Open received 139 applications from all corners of the Nordics and the Baltics, and now the Top 25 most innovative, promising and ready-to-scale companies have been selected and are now announced.

On-site hydrogen peroxide generation HPNow is proud to be one of the companies selected as part of this elite group of companies. HPNow is displacing today’s hazardous and emissions-intensive hydrogen peroxide production and supply chain, with a safe, sustainable, and autonomous on-site generation solution. With the only such technology solution worldwide, HPNow addresses global water treatment needs in market segments ranging from agriculture and aquaculture, to industrial and drinking water treatment, while contributing to a cleaner, healthier, more sustainable future for our planet.

International jury selects top 25
With a very market-oriented proposition, the jury consists of about 50 international members from venture capital firms, multinational industries, the utility sector, development agencies and the public investment scene. They were the ones to analyse the 139 applications based on their level of innovation, market potential and the ability of the team to execute.

The top 25 companies will next meet the jury at Smygehus Havsbad, Southern Sweden, on the 22nd and 23rd of September, where they will get to pitch and present their case and participate in one-to-one meetings. The selected Top 10 will then move on to the finals together with Cleantech Scandinavia’s main event: Cleantech Capital Day and the Nordic Cleantech Open Finals, on the 16th and 17th of November, in Malmö.

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