Nexceris awarded $3m to commercialise reversible solid oxide cell technology

Nexceris has been awarded $3m by the US Department of Energy to accelerate commercialisation of its proprietary reversible solid oxide cell (RSOC) technology.

The project is intended to fulfil DOE’s objective of accelerating the pace of commercialisation for small-scale solid oxide hybrid power systems using solid oxide cells for hydrogen production and power generation.

In announcing the funding opportunity, Secretary of Energy Dan Brouilette stated, “The Department of Energy plays an important role in advancing innovation to provide clean and reliable energy for the American people.”

In the same announcement, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Steven Winberg said, “SOFC that are ready to be utilised by commercial customers will help us meet global emissions targets, as well as make hydrogen production more widely available than ever before.”

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