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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

17th Carbon Dioxide Utilization Summit

Will you be at the 17th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit in Brussels this week? If so, please come hear our talk on Thursday, October 28 at 14:10. OxEon Energy will be presenting "Oxygen for Propulsion from Mars Atmosphere CO2!: The Successful Application and Scaling of Solid Oxide Electrolysis for ISRU Fuel Production."

 

 

DOE Announces $20 Million to Produce Clean Hydrogen from Nuclear Power

OxEon is partnering with PNW Hydrogen LLC, Idaho National Laboratory, the National Energy Technology Laboratory, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Arizona State University, UC Irvine and Siemens Energy to execute a Power-to-Power demonstration at

Hydrogen @ Scale in Utah

We are excited to have attended the Hydrogen @ Scale in Utah event hosted by Lancer Energy and the Utah Clean Cities Coalition at the beautiful Utah State Capitol earlier this week.

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!

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Ask an OxEon Expert how we can help with:

  • Ruggedized Hermetic SOEC Stacks Hydrogen/Oxygen/Syngas Production (SOEC)
  • SOFC Stacks for Power Generation (SOFC)
  • Systems Development Support
  • Supporting Technologies for Liquid Fuel Production (Fischer Tropsch or Plasma Reformer Technologies)