We are excited to announce that Nexceris has been awarded $8M for Phase II of the ARPA-E Integrate Program.
Nexceris is pleased to launch the newly updated fuelcellmaterials.com website today to celebrate National Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day. With the launch of the new site, our aim is to keep the site relevant for our current and future SOFC customers as well as adding exciting content in new areas including solid oxide electrolyzer cells (SOEC), catalyst development, washcoating services and our LEVER joint development process. We will be adding new products to our line of SOEC materials and components in the near future.
We are excited to announce that Nexceris has been selected for a project award by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
A researcher at a National Laboratory needed to acquire powders and inks to fabricate solid oxide fuel cells. The powders and inks provided a baseline to test against, allowing the researchers to play with process parameters to test the value performance and identify material combinations that were performing the best.
Using the LEVER process, Nexceris used our materials science expertise to help a developer of world-class battery materials to re-engineer a lab process for added economics and safety.
Using the LEVER process allowed Nexceris to help our client move quickly through their commercialization plans and get products into their customers’ hands faster.
Nexceris focuses our materials science expertise on creating innovative products that improve the quality, efficiency, and safety of energy and environmental systems.
Nexceris will be attending the 16th annual International Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo, the world’s largest, in late February.
Nexceris is excited to present the results of a SOFC development project at the 44th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC) which will take place in Daytona Beach, Florida from January 26-31, 2020.
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.