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Delfast

Kyiv, Ukraine2019

A Guinness-record-winning e-bike developer Delfast used the voucher to get a new “heart” for its bikes: an onboard computer and battery controller. The company also improved frame strength, got patents, and the right to assign VIN numbers. Since winning the CIV competition, Delfast grew its global sales by 362%, signed a contract with the Mexican police, and launched a new line of classic and cargo bikes

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Go To-U

Lviv, Ukraine2018

A platform for electric vehicle (EV) charging management and operations. Its proprietary software technology enables charge point operators to drive 2x higher utilization of charging locations, enhancing EV drivers’ satisfaction and loyalty. The vouchers provided funding for the development of GO TO-U software technology. The company has customers in 9 countries. Over 200 000 EV charging locations are connected to the platform via roaming

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xBeam3D

Kyiv, Ukraine2018

Prints with titanium. Its titanium wire xBeam 3D Metal Printing technology is significantly cheaper, safer, and faster than 3D printing with titanium powder. It reduces waste 6 to 10 times compared to the traditional milling in CNC machines. New 3D printer control software, funded by the CIV, has tripled the printing speed and allowed the integration with the industry-leading CAD / CAM engineering software

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PRANA

Kyiv, Ukraine2018

Creates energy-efficient ventilation systems called recuperators. The company's products provide fresh indoor air, giving protection from indoor condensation and fungi, and are easy to install. CIV grant has enabled to make recuperators smarter by adding a controller that automatically selects the operating modes, depending on the air quality, people’s presence, etc. The company also boosted product efficiency. PRANA exports its products to 40 countries, and about a million people worldwide use them daily. Despite the COVID pandemic, Prana grew its global sales by almost 35% in 2020.

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TOKA

Kyiv, Ukraine2018

TOKA, one of Ukraine’s leading EV charging networks, provides charging services and develops its charging stations. Thanks to the vouchers, TOKA upgraded its charging network and its back-end software to offer seamless access to clients of other European charging networks, similar to the roaming experience in mobile networks. The company has also contracted a leading industrial design studio for the design of their future charging stations. Since implementing the new roaming protocol called OCPP, TOKA has already served over 289 thousand charging sessions for its clients and keeps growing its network.

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BIOsens

Kyiv, Ukraine2019

The Ukrainian company BIOsens developed a mobile lab that quickly detects toxic compounds called mycotoxins in crops - right at the field, without the need to send samples to remote labs and wait several days for results. Under the Climate Innovation Vouchers grant, the company has hired a leading industrial design bureau and created two engineering prototypes that will soon be launching into production. With the Voucher support, Biosens has also created a mobile application and complete technical documentation for small-scale production. The company was listed on FoodTech`s TOP-500 rating and is now discussing pilot projects with a range of crop farmers and traders.

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Integro-SD

Kyiv, Ukraine2019

The Ukrainian company Integro-SD produces organic fertilizers from chicken manure in its biomass processing plant, increasing organic farmers’ yields. The Climate Innovation Voucher has helped the company develop the automation and the remote control system for its biogas station, obtain international quality certificates, enter the global market, and make its first fertilizer deliveries to Cyprus clients.

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SolarGaps

Kyiv, Ukraine2018

The Ukrainian company SolarGaps has developed smart window blinds with built-in solar micro power plants that generate green power from sunlight. The Climate Innovation Voucher helped develop a B2C version of the blinds and certified the European market product. Today, Ukrainian window blinds that generate power from sunlight are in demand around the world. The company searches for the opportunity to expand production to meet the growing demand of customers.

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V.A.Solutions Estonia

Kyiv, Ukraine2018

The company used the Voucher to involve an energy efficiency expert and developed better software, an energy efficiency management module that integrates into existing products for real estate management. Today, V.A.Solutions Estonia helps such large companies as Ukrposhta (Ukrainian national postal service) to get a detailed image of their energy consumption and critical expense points and, as a result, become more energy-efficient and save money. V.A. Solutions Estonia has developed an online service for Prengi for real estate energy consumption and efficient energy use monitoring

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