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DOE's National Energy Technology Laboratory Project

DOE's National Energy Technology Laboratory Project

We are beginning work on a new project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s National Energy Technology Laboratory developing stable #solidoxide #eletrolysis cells for low-cost #hydrogen production with our partners at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

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Other News

WiRE Newfoundland and Labrador Virtual Networking Meet-Up w/ Jessica Elwell

We are thrilled Jessica Elwell will be presenting at the WiRE (Women in Renewable Energy) Newfoundland and Labrador Virtual Networking Meet-UP.

 

Check out the link for more info! 

Visit from the Utah Office of Energy Development

We were privileged to host Alicia Ryans, Alair Griffin Emory, and Matthew Anderson from the Utah Office of Energy Development to discuss OxEon's future in Utah's #renewableenergy strategy!

Energy Earthshots Speaker Series ft. Our Own Joseph Hartvigsen!

Tune in at 3:20pm ET to hear OxEon's Founder, Joseph Hartvigsen discuss the pathway for Solid Oxide Electrolysis in the U.S. Department of Energy's Hydrogen Shot.

Visit from Western States Hydrogen Alliance

A great visit and formal introduction to the Western States Hydrogen Alliance, led by Roxana B. We are looking forward to seeing what OxEon can bring to this team.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Flame Fueled by Green Hydrogen

The #tokyo2020 Olympic flame is the first to be fuelled by #greenhydrogen, being inspired by the largest hydrogen fusion reaction in the galaxy (the sun). All cars and buses used in the Olympics are HFCV's.

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