Dutch Greentech Fund invests in Heatmatrix Group
17 April 2014


Lexence advised Dutch Greentech Fund when it invested in Heatmatrix Group. Other investors in this round of investments were Sirius Eco Tech Fonds and Dürr Systems, as well as Innovatie- en Investeringsfonds Gelderland.
HeatMatrix Group develops and produces innovative, synthetic heat exchangers to recover residual heat from industrial flue gases. These heat exchangers are ten times as light and three times as small as similar heat exchangers made of metal. They are also up to three times as efficient as other heat exchangers and relatively inexpensive and corrosion-resistant. The HeatMatrix can cool down flue gases to below the acid dew point.


Dutch Greentech Fund B.V. (DGF) is an investment fund set up by Rabobank, TU Delft, Wageningen UR and the World Wildlife Fund. DGF invests in ambitious entrepreneurs with pioneering innovations that contribute to increased sustainability.

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