The OxEon Energy team boasts over 30 years of solid oxide fuel cell development, with the last 10 years focused on the development and improvement of solid oxide electrolyzers. This development history has led to a ruggedized, hermetic stack design that will be capable of utilizing electricity for the production of high purity oxygen, hydrogen or syngas. The OxEon design will enable energy storage solutions capable of addressing the many challenges facing the integration of renewable energy sources.
OxEon Energy specializes in complimenting energy technologies to give the advantage of incorporating gas to liquid and gas reforming techniques into applicable energy processes. The OxEon team proudly has decades of involvement in developing plasma reformers and Fisher Tropsch (FT) reactors to meet and exceed customers needs. OxEon’s expertise in gas reforming and gas to liquid technologies will play key roles in supporting the team goal of solving the world’s energy related problems.