OxEon personnel have been developing solid oxide technology since the 1980s. Solid Oxide Fuel Cells have a number of distinct advantages over other fuel cell types, such as silent operation with no moving parts, fuel flexibility and tolerance to impurities in the fuel gas. This product is under development and is anticipated to be cost-competitive on a commercial scale for small distributed or remote operations needing higher efficiency and lower noise than conventional generator sets.
OxEon’s years of developing SOFC technology has been financed through the award of government sponsored projects that are regularly sought out by the team’s Principal Investigators along with various government and industry partnerships. Contact OxEon to learn more about our SOFC technology and determine if it can be applied effectively to your situation.