HT Materials Science wins Green Product of the Year 2024 award

HT Materials Science wins Green Product of the Year 2024 award

Materials Science HT (HTMS), a sustainable materials technology company headquartered in Ireland With operations in Italy And the United States of Americareceived the 2024 Green Product Award for its heat transfer fluid Maxwell. The number of applicants for the awards reached 1,500 from 60 countries, demonstrating the growing importance of sustainable products and materials in shaping a more sustainable future. Each year, the Green Product Award recognizes products and concepts that stand out in terms of design, innovation and sustainability. Winners in 12 categories have now been selected from 250 nominated products and concepts.

Maxwell won the Green Product of the Year 2024 award in the Building Components category during the awards ceremony held on April 30 At the embassies of the Nordic countries in Berlin. Embassy envoys and jurors such as Katarzyna Dulko-Gaszyna (IKEA Germany), Oh, Melichar (Ibda), Prof. Klaus Christian Eckhardt (Lund university), Katja Kinberg (Children and young people) handed over prizes to the winners Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Holland, Nicaragua, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan And the United kingdom.

“Commercial and industrial heating and cooling applications in particular require a lot of energy and therefore cause significant CO2 emissions. This innovative solution in the form of a heat transfer fluid can be modified to fit existing systems, saving costs and clearly reducing energy consumption.” -Official jury statement

Maxwell is an innovative heat transfer fluid additive that provides higher heat capacity for water- or glycol-based HVAC systems. Improving fluid properties in cooling or heating systems is key to reducing energy use. HT Materials Science is at the forefront of realizing the promise of nanofluid additives with the launch of Maxwell.

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