Our trigeneration platform uses fuel, such as natural gas or renewable biogas, to produce hydrogen, power, and water. The process has a lower carbon footprint than conventional reforming. Trigeneration with biogas is carbon neutral and can even be carbon negative.
Our solid oxide platform has demonstrated high efficiency in electrolysis, where power is used to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. This high efficiency reduces the cost of hydrogen production, which is determined by the cost of electricity.
Solid oxide electrolysis
Our platforms can produce hydrogen from water in electrolysis mode, which can be stored as compressed gas for future use. When hydrogen is needed, the gas can be converted into power. This allows intermittent sources of power to be available anytime, anywhere.
Hydrogen energy storage