A Utah company is in the spotlight thanks to its revolutionary technology that’s aboard NASA’s latest Mars rover. The tech from Salt Lake City-based OxEon Energy could change the way humans explore the universe.
The University of California San Diego’s Center for Energy Research (CER) has been awarded two grants from the Department of Energy (DOE) for research focused on developing environment-friendly and cost-competitive energy sources and systems.
University of Rochester chemical engineers—in collaboration with researchers at the Naval Research Laboratory, the University of Pittsburgh, and OxEon Energy—have demonstrated that a potassium-promoted molybdenum carbide catalyst efficiently and reliably converts carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide, a critical step in turning seawater into fuel.
A nominal five (5) kilowatt high temperature solid oxide electrolysis stack that was designed and fabricated by OxEon was successfully started at a customer location in Idaho. The stack performance exceeded the expected performance by >10%.