Nano Flowcell

Founded in 2013
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Driving innovation, overcoming obstacles, developing solutions, thinking differently, breaking down barriers, and ultimately realizing their visions are the driving forces that characterize nanoFlowcell AG, its workforce, and its partners.

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Flow cell technology is sparking a revolution. The potential is enormous. The possible applications are varied.

Founded in late 2013, nanoFlowcell AG is an innovative Research and Development Centre based in Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

The focus of nanoFlowcell AG’s research is on the advanced development of drive technology and the classification of flow-cell technology. In the simulation laboratory of the nanoFlowcell DigiLab in Zurich, mastermind and development chief Nunzio La Vecchia and his team examine important aspects of quantum chemistry on the basis of molecular engineering.

In 1991, Nunzio La Vecchia began his research and development into energy technologies, with focus on special-purpose mechanical engineering, material research, solar technology, plasma physics, microelectronics, and computer science.

In 1996, he founded JUNO Technology Products AG research and development centre in Zurich, which became nanoFlowcell AG in 2013.

In February of 2014, the first drive of a nanoFlowcell® powered vehicle: the QUANT e-Sportlimousine was made. Then March saw the Prototype world premiere: First official presentation of the QUANT e-Sportlimousine with nanoFLowcell® drive train at the Geneva Motor Show.

In July, The QUANT e-Sportlimousine, the QUANT E attains approval for road use in Germany and Europe by SGS TÜV Saar/Germany

(source: Nano Flowcell)

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Nano Flowcell Quantino : 2016   The first production-ready low-voltage electric vehicle.
Nano Flowcell Quant E Sportlimousine : 2016   The “super model among super models”.
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