Scottish technology startup Flexergy Ltd helps hydrogen project developers reduce the cost of compressed hydrogen gas making it an economically viable replacement for diesel and natural gas fuels.

Using energy efficiency and circular economy principles developed in the compressed air space, the company is developing unique technology for ultra-efficient compression, storage, and distribution, an area where there is huge scope for improvement over current solutions.

The company has won funding from Transport Scotland to investigate refueling systems for heavy-duty vehicles using zero-emission hydrogen gas and has been awarded support from NatWest Group's CleanTech acceleration programme.

Members of the team and its advisors have previously founded an innovative compressed air energy storage company, developed renewable energy projects in the global copper industry, conducted over a billion dollars of licensed trades of natural gas and LNG on international energy exchanges, and optimised sports performance including for podium finishers at Tour de France, Premier League football and the British Olympic team.