EXYTRON the company
We modernise the future of energy
One should never stop believing in electrifying ideas until they have become reality. Welcome to EXYTRON.
Together with the renowned Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (LIKAT) and the University of Rostock we have developed a revolutionary concept of storing renewable energy. The EXYTRON Smart Energy Technology. For the first time ever, EXYTRON enables the use of an innovative and global power supply system for a decentralised and autonomous energy supply without any CO2 emissions.
Our team is made up of a variety of professionals deriving from a wide range of areas. From physics to chemistry, engineering to electro-technic. We in the electrifying city of Rostock in North Germany have started to write history for the future of renewable energy supply. You start to do the same.
Chris Goodall is an English businessman, author and expert on new energy technologies. The alumnus of University of Cambridge and Harvard Business School (MBA) helped develop the UK’s first employee-owned solar PV installation in 2011 at the Eden Project. He is a director of one the UK’s leading electric car charging companies and currently Visiting Researcher at Imperial College Business School, London. At Imperial, he writes on the key technologies to speed up the energy transition. In his blog he published a brilliant summary of the EXYTRON SmartEnergyTechnology. EXYTRON: the world’s first ‘power-to-gas’ system with integrated CO2 collection and reuse