NaSTOR project wins Jan Terlouw ambition prize 2017

October 11th 2017

The NaSTOR project to develop sodium-based batteries, a collaboration between DIFFER, Exergy Storage and Exergy Mechanical Engineering, has been awarded the Jan Terlouw Ambitieprijs 2017. NaSTOR's two industrial partners received the Ambitieprijs during the Green Week of Stichting Kiemt. The Ambitieprijs is the runner-up award to the full Innovatieprijs. The Jan Terlouw prizes are named after Dutch physicist, politician and writer Dr. Jan Terlouw, and aim to stimulate innovative projects in the energy transition and circular economy located in the east of the Netherlands.

Original press release (in Dutch)

YouTube: Jan Terlouw Ambitieprijs 2017 for NaSTOR project

Gert Jan Jongerden (middle left, Exergy Storage) and
Ferdy Jongerden (middle right, Exergy Mechanical Engineering)
received the Jan Terlouw Ambitieprijs 2017 for
the development of novel sodium-based batteries.
Credit: Stichting Kiemt