Hydrogen fuel startup Bramble Energy has moved to a new state-of-the-art headquarters in Crawley, West Sussex.
The new site, spanning almost 34,000 square feet, features a new “Hydrogen Innovation Hub”, where it will carry out research, development and testing for fuel cells.
Bramble Energy’s new office is over three times that of its old one and will accommodate its now team of more than 80.
“Our world-leading Hydrogen Innovation Hub at Atrium Court will significantly contribute to levelling up the UK’s hydrogen and fuel cell testing capability,” said Dr Tom Mason, CEO and co-founder of Bramble Energy.
“It will play a crucial role in our future development as we revolutionise the shift towards cleaner and sustainable energy solutions.”
Spun out on research conducted at Imperial College of London and University College of London, the deep tech company aims to make hydrogen more widely accessible with its printed circuit board technology.
The printed circuit boards made by Bramble Energy have been applied to hydrogen fuel cells, electrolysers and sensors.
In 2022, Bramble Energy scooped £35m in a Series B funding round led by HydrogenOne Capital Growth.
Hydrogen technology is still very much in its infancy but it holds high promise to provide a renewable and readily available source of energy.