We are a cleantech startup headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, along the spectacular Wasatch Mountains. Chemtronergy engages in scientific research & development of advanced technologies in the areas of sustainable energy for high efficiency and low costs.
Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) for carbon-neutral power generation with enhanced efficiency
Solid Oxide Electrolyzer
Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell (SOEC) for the production of chemical building blocks, such as hydrogen, oxygen, hydrocarbon fuels
Solid Oxide Fuel-assisted Electrolyzer
Solid Oxide Fuel-assisted Electrolysis Cell (SOFEC) for the production of chemical building blocks with reduced production costs and carbon emissions
All Solid-State Lithium Battery
All solid-state lithium battery and beyond lithium-ion battery for efficient energy storage applications
COST-EFFECTIVE, INTERMEDIATE-TEMPERATURE FUEL CELL FOR CARBON-FREE POWER GENERATION
The U.S. DOE ARPA-E REFUEL Program promotes the development of transformational technologies for carbon-neutral liquid fuels (CNLFs) production and utilization at scale. Being a part of the ARPA-E REFUEL program, Chemtronergy provides an advanced, highly-reliable solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) solution for electrochemically converting ammonia (CNLF) directly into electricity cost-effectively.
METAL-SUPPORTED SOFCs FOR ETHANOL-FUELED VEHICLES
Led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), a team consisting of LBNL, Chemtronergy, University of Connecticut, and Nissan Technical Center is developing a metal-supported SOFC (MS-SOFC) stack that produces electricity from an ethanol-water blend at high efficiency and energy density under the U.S. DOE ARPA-E OPEN 2018 program. This technology will enable light- to medium-duty hybrid passenger electric vehicles (EVs) operating at a long range (as range extenders).
Being a cleantech startup modeled with technology innovation and incubation, Chemtronergy welcomes self-motivated, talented people to join our team. Please contact us below.