The Van Dorp Groep invests in Cooll's heat pump technology; a compact adsorption heat pump that can replace the current HR boiler, without requiring major adjustments. The investment is part of a financing round that should lead to upscaling and a large-scale global market introduction. Van Dorp and Cooll are also entering into a long-term partnership. For example, Van Dorp will install the first series of heat pumps in 50 homes.
In the GROHW partnership, Cooll will test its super-efficiency boiler in practice with green hydrogen as an energy carrier. A collective of 10 local companies and (knowledge) institutions are working on the energy transition with green hydrogen as the most important building block. All parties are jointly developing a total hydrogen chain, from production to use, on a local scale.
In September, the Cooll team was expanded with no fewer than four new employees. Jelmer Dijkstra would like to introduce himself!
Cooll has registered for the Heat Pump Award with the demonstration project that we carried out in Uden at the beginning of this year. Help us win the audience award and vote for our project!
During the holiday period, Cooll was able to add a new employee to the team, namely Reinier Heeres.
Yesterday the new and sixth climate report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was presented. IPCC is the United Nations' climate working group. A new report is published every six to seven years. De Volkskrant made an overview of the ten most important points in the report of 9 August 2021:
Cooll zal een belangrijke rol gaan spelen in de energietransitie. Ook binnen de provincie Overijssel laten we onze technologie zien binnen het programma Startup In Residence, Bekijk hier het interview met Cooll dat plaats vond voor de webcast van Startup in Residence!
In the discussion about the future role of green hydrogen, reports regularly appear that it is unwise to use green hydrogen for heating homes. Houses could be heated better with electric heat pumps that operate on green electricity. This is a misconception for a number of reasons. In this article we share our vision on using green hydrogen for home heating.
After two previous successful applications, the High Tech Fund has again awarded additional funding to Cooll. This allows the production capacity for the heat pump core to be further expanded. In addition, a budget will also be made available to build endurance test set-ups, which can be used to demonstrate the long-term stability of the technology.
Cooll received an innovation loan of € 150,000 from Rabobank Enschede-Haaksbergen last week.