OxEon has entered into an agreement with a private farm to field test a reversible solid oxide cell system to generate and store hydrogen using renewable energy during daytime and use the hydrogen during night to generate electricity. The system will be integrated to an electrical microgrid to meet the power needs independent of the grid.
OxEon is conducting design study for a 20 kW electrolyzer/10 kW fuel cell system. This will be followed by constructing, delivering, and commissioning of the unit.
The project also involves MIT to improve long term performance stability of the reversible system.