The Danish SME, Radijet, engaged Innovayt to help them to prepare a successful proposal for the Danish Business Innovation Fund (Fornyelsesfonden).
The GreenJet project will optimize and deploy a proprietary 10 kWe micro gas turbine into an innovative system solution for environmentally friendly domestic, micro CHP (Combined Heat and Power) and an affordable range extender for small battery electrical vehicles (BEVs). As a core novelty and differentiator, the GreenJet design simultaneously enables environmentally superior performance and cost effective uptake of CHP and BEVs compared to conventional reciprocating engine generators.
Poul Lading states that Innovayt “has carried out a very professional treatment of our application, by digging deep into both the market and technological challenges. During the preparation of the application Radijet has been encouraged to work through very detailed information about our current and future situation.”
For more information please contact Débora Ferreira.