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HeatVentors has been named a finalist at the FTRNW Awards

The thermal energy storage startup is competing at Slovakia’s biggest tech, innovation, and startup event for 2019

HeatVentors has made it into the top eight at the FTRNW Awards in Bratislava due to the company’s phase-change heat storage solution, capable of achieving up to 20-40% energy savings for both industrial users and family homes. The company, headed up by Rita Andrássyné Farkas and Zoltán Andrássy, now has a chance at the first-place prize of EUR 20,000 along with a massive boost in worldwide recognition.

HeatVentors website states that its mission is “to find [an] efficient and environmental friendly solution for the arisen problems with thermal energy storage.” The group boasts seven years of experience in thermal energy storage and started out as a university research project focusing on thermodynamics and Phase Change Materials.

HeatVentor was founded in 2017 and is a member of HubHub Budapest. In September it won HubHub’s FTRNW domestic regional round. Another Hungarian startup also made it into the top 25: EVA, a developer of smart glasses.

The FTRNW Awards is one of Central Europe’s biggest startup competitions and a part of the FTRNW Conference. This year the event is highlighting Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Data-Driven Business, and Technology Innovation in Health.

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