News

January2022
Magneto in the Dutch news – AD“Souvenirtje voor op de koelkast? Met deze magneten wordt je koeling een stuk milieuvriendelijker” published in AD (paywall): https://www.ad.nl/den-haag/souvenirtje-voor-op-de-koelkast-met-deze-magneten-wordt-je-koeling-een-stuk-milieuvriendelijker~a9a7b294/
October2021
Joining the leading tech incubator in Europe: YES!Delft We were accepted to join YES!Delft to accelerate our entrepreneurial and technological journey to create sustainable and safe magnetocaloric heat pumps
September2021
EIT RawMaterials – Booster call grantedAcceptance of the EIT RawMaterials Booster call to advance our 3D shaping technologies
January2021
TU Delft | Urban Energy Platform: “Magnetocalorics Boosting the Dutch Energy Transition – Green Heat Pumps and Waste Heat to Power in CitiesLecture about green magnetocaloric technologies contributing to more sustainability:
https://collegerama.tudelft.nl/Mediasite/Showcase/public/Presentation/bbd678c9b11a4c8eba637ef22b79da951d
June2020
TU Delft | Stories: “Magnetic Cooling for a Greener World”TU Delft and Magneto – Our story from fundamental research to application:
https://www.tudelft.nl/en/stories/articles/magnetic-cooling-for-a-greener-world/
June2020
Funding for Feasibility Study on 3D PrintingRVO research grant | €20.000
March2020
Successful application for EU projectAcceptance of EIT Climate KIC: “Local, Magnetocaloric Power Conversion Opportunities for Cities” | €300.000
December2019
The next successful application for fundingAcceptance of NWO Take-Off: “Early stage route“ | €250.000
June2019
Becoming part of something biggerConsortium member of MMIP-Integrale Energietransitie Bestaande Bouw
December2019
Tax reduction for highly innovative researchWe obtained WBSO tax status
January2019
Funding for Feasibility studyRVO research grant | €20.000
December2018
Getting started with TU DelftSuccessful application of Magneto and TU Delft for NWO Take-Off: “Feasibility study“ | €40.000

TU Delft | Urban Energy Platform: “Magnetocalorics Boosting the Dutch Energy Transition – Green Heat Pumps and Waste Heat to Power in Cities” (January 2021)
Lecture about green magnetocaloric technologies contributing to more sustainability:
https://collegerama.tudelft.nl/Mediasite/Showcase/public/Presentation/bbd678c9b11a4c8eba637ef22b79da951d

TU Delft | Stories: “Magnetic Cooling for a Greener World” (June 2020)
TU Delft and Magneto – Our story from fundamental research to application:
https://www.tudelft.nl/en/stories/articles/magnetic-cooling-for-a-greener-world/

(Supported by EIT Climate KIC)