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Development and production of advanced electrochemical technologies and products in the field of fuel cells and power supply systems

InEnergy is a leader in the field of electrochemical technologies and implementation of efficient power supply systems, including power supply based on high-temperature fuel cells, hydrocarbon fuel and development of hydrogen energy. InEnergy's developments contribute to the transition of the economy to a new generation of energy, forming a closed cycle from fundamental science to the global market. Among them are creation, production and supply of fuel cells, components and materials for chemical current sources, complex power supply systems for various purposes and capacities, training and laboratory equipment. Direct conversion of chemical energy of fuel into electricity in combination with electrochemical accumulators will lead to radical changes in the energy sector in the coming years, InEnergy believes.

Hydrogen energy is the most promising part of "green" energy: hydrogen reserves are almost inexhaustible, and all excess energy can be used for fuel production. The hydrogen plant is 2.8 times more energy efficient than kerosene combustion, and water vapor is released into the atmosphere instead of exhaust gases. Hydrogen fuel sources are ideal for agriculture, sanaviation, and are applicable to all types of transport: from ships and all-terrain vehicles to mass cars and household appliances, including gadgets. InEnergy acts as a catalyst for new energy generation, creating demand for innovation and import cooperation in Russia, the CIS and the Customs Union.

At the Max-2019 Airshow, the first sample of an electric aircraft on a hydrogen power source created by InEnergy will be presented.

  • In 5 years of operation, the company has grown from two employees to 300

  • Today InEnergy has 12 joint laboratories, 10 of them with the institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • In 2016, a prototype of the Energy hydrogen platform was created