The industry is transitioning to hydrogen generation and storage in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Of the various technologies being researched, SOECs have the potential to be the most efficient at achieving this vision of creating green hydrogen from renewable sources.
As Tokyo is set once again to host the summer Olympics in 2020, Japan is setting its sights on “leaving a hydrogen society as its legacy,” One place where this is clear is at the recent SOFC XVI Symposium hosted in Kyoto in the Kansai region of Japan.
Nexceris’ fuelcellmaterials division is participating in the biennial SOFC-XVI International Symposium this September 8-13 in Kyoto, Japan. This show helps to bring together researchers from all over the world together to discuss the latest news and research going into the development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell technologies.
We are excited to announce that we have added a line of proton conducting powders to our powder electrolyte materials catalog. Barium Zirconate materials have increased in popularity recently as researchers have been working to find new ways to operate at lower temperatures
The growth of electronics and new energy generation and storage technologies has increased demand for alternative materials that present greater supply-chain challenges.
Nexceris is excited to have been selected to participate in a project with the Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) within the U.S. Department of Energy to develop cathode materials for next-generation vehicles that eliminate or significantly reduce the use of cobalt.
Nexceris will be visiting the 15th Fuel Cell Expo in Japan running from Feb 27 through March 1 as part of World Smart Energy Week 2019.
Remember MS&T 2018 in Columbus, Ohio? No?! Well, all of us at fuelcellmaterials want you to remember what we talked about and fueled up your brain a bit.
Nexceris was honored to give a presentation at the 13th European SOFC & SOE Forum on our development of various SOFC interfaces created by aerosol-spray deposition. Our Director of Materials Science, Neil Kidner, recently gave a talk on July 4th at the conference, which is held every two years in beautiful Luzern, Switzerland.
fuelcellmaterials will be exhibiting at the European Fuel Cell Forum (EFCF) in Lucerne, Switzerland from 3-6 July 2018.