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 Circe BioscienceMarika Ziesack Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 3 Advanced Electrolyzer Technology and Component DevelopmentCirce is a food tech start-up using hydrogen as an external reducing equivalent to drive CO2 fermentation. We use microbes that can fix CO2 by using H2 and O2 to generate energy and reducing equivalents. We then engineer our microbes to produce fats as ingredients for food. We have built a pilot-scale fermentation system and are looking to team up with electrolyzer engineers who seek to build hydrogen supply systems for the new bioeconomy.
Website: https://www.circebioscience.com/

Email: info@circebioscience.com

Phone: 617-953-1549

Address: 750 Main St, Cambridge, MA, 02139, United States
MA
 Freudenberg Sealing TechnologiesMark Belchuk Small Business Manufacturing Topic 2 Electrolyzer Component and Supply Chain DevelopmentFreudenberg Sealing Technologies specializes in developing and manufacturing sealing solutions for customers in a wide variety of industries, including the automotive industry, civil aviation, mechanical engineering, shipbuilding, the food and pharmaceutical industries, and the agricultural and construction machinery. We are interested in electrolyzer system sealing, materials, and coatings development and manufacturing that includes bipolar plates and frames.
Website: https://www.fst.com/

Email: mark.belchuk@fnst.com

Phone: +1 734 354 5309

Address: 47690 East Anchor Court, Plymouth, MI, 48170, United States
MI
 CrossLink Composites, Inc.Connie Jackson Small Business low cost high performance high volume carbon fiber compositesRecognized carbon fiber manufacturing expert, ran carbon fiber R&D operation at Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Carbon Fiber Technology Facility for five years, previously engineer, operations manager and senior executive with multiple carbon fiber manufacturers, senior executive and line manager in carbon fiber pultrusion operations manufacturing carbon fiber composite products.
Website: www.crosslinkcomposites.com

Email: connie@crosslinkcomposites.com

Phone: 6122983531

Address: 1540 Riggs Chapel Road, Harriman, TN, 37748, United States
TN
 Electric Hydrogen Co.Santiago Rojas-Carbonell Small Business Manufacturing Topic 1: Low Cost, High-Throughput Electrolyzer ManufacturingElectric Hydrogen Co. is creating a new generation of electrolyzer technologies to enable clean, abundant, and low-cost hydrogen to end the age of fossil fuels. Leading with a win-on-cost mindset, we will transform trillions of dollars of economic activity from the largest emitters in heavy industry into a green industry. We’re thinking big by using engineering brilliance to reimagine the entire system – at the stack, plant and resource integration levels – and designing it to be scalable, flexible and as simple as possible for our customers.
Website: https://eh2.com/

Email: santiago@eh2.com

Phone: 5058148369

Address: 3 Strathmore Rd, Natick, MA, 01760, United States
MA
 Southwest Research InstituteAngel Wileman Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 6 Recycling and Recovery ConsortiumSwRI supports the development of hydrogen technologies, including fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles, flow components, storage, and gas turbines/compressors. SwRI also develops and scales up advanced materials and systems for clean energy generation and storage applications, including computational-experimental framework for high throughput materials design/selection and synthesis, processes for thin-film synthesis, small and large-scale gas sorption analyses, and full-scale demonstration of integrated system/device across multiple engineering platforms.

SwRI operates 2.3M square feet of laboratory space dedicated to advancing technology. Some of the capabilities related to hydrogen manufacturing, storage, and flow component investigation are below:

• Process development scale-up and pilot plants for hydrogen production technologies.
• Fuel cell benchmarking and development. Testing performed according to SAE J2579 - Standard for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Vehicles.
• Facilities to safely handle hydrogen testing for large scale fuel cells (>300kW) and hydrogen impurity content and impact of stack, BOP, and storage.
• Ability to perform validation testing for hydrogen flow components at elevated temperatures and pressures: pressure cycle testing up to 150% MAWP, high-rep cycles, cryogenic testing, leak detection, flowing and static testing.
• Validation of metal and composite tanks. Performance testing for: bonfire, cyclic and burst pressure, vehicle drop and crash integrity, environmental exposure, and permeation.
• Hydrogen material characterization.
• 20,000 sq. ft. of laboratories dedicated to advanced instrumentation, chemical/material synthesis, and the simulation of environmental conditions for in situ measurement of chemical and degradative processes.
• SwRI’s Sorption Science Laboratory is dedicated to R&D in sorption science and catalysis of various classes of natural and synthetic materials.
• High-temperature solar receiver and heat exchanger development.
• Design, development, and evaluation at the system and component levels.
• Hydrogen compressor development and closed-loop 100 bar hydrogen compression test facility.
• Hydrogen combustion testing for gas turbines or burners including 3 MW air supply and precise temperature control with 1 MW heater.
• Refrigeration and cryogenic system and component development and testing.
• A 17,500-gallon liquid hydrogen storage tank installed on campus for gas supply purposes.
Website: https://www.swri.org/industry/advanced-power-systems/hydrogen-energy-research

Email: angel.wileman@swri.org

Phone: 210-522-2657

Address: 6220 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 Southwest Research InstituteAngel Wileman Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 3 Advanced Electrolyzer Technology and Component DevelopmentSwRI supports the development of hydrogen technologies, including fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles, flow components, storage, and gas turbines/compressors. SwRI also develops and scales up advanced materials and systems for clean energy generation and storage applications, including computational-experimental framework for high throughput materials design/selection and synthesis, processes for thin-film synthesis, small and large-scale gas sorption analyses, and full-scale demonstration of integrated system/device across multiple engineering platforms.

SwRI operates 2.3M square feet of laboratory space dedicated to advancing technology. Some of the capabilities related to hydrogen manufacturing, storage, and flow component investigation are below:

• Process development scale-up and pilot plants for hydrogen production technologies.
• Fuel cell benchmarking and development. Testing performed according to SAE J2579 - Standard for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Vehicles.
• Facilities to safely handle hydrogen testing for large scale fuel cells (>300kW) and hydrogen impurity content and impact of stack, BOP, and storage.
• Ability to perform validation testing for hydrogen flow components at elevated temperatures and pressures: pressure cycle testing up to 150% MAWP, high-rep cycles, cryogenic testing, leak detection, flowing and static testing.
• Validation of metal and composite tanks. Performance testing for: bonfire, cyclic and burst pressure, vehicle drop and crash integrity, environmental exposure, and permeation.
• Hydrogen material characterization.
• 20,000 sq. ft. of laboratories dedicated to advanced instrumentation, chemical/material synthesis, and the simulation of environmental conditions for in situ measurement of chemical and degradative processes.
• SwRI’s Sorption Science Laboratory is dedicated to R&D in sorption science and catalysis of various classes of natural and synthetic materials.
• High-temperature solar receiver and heat exchanger development.
• Design, development, and evaluation at the system and component levels.
• Hydrogen compressor development and closed-loop 100 bar hydrogen compression test facility.
• Hydrogen combustion testing for gas turbines or burners including 3 MW air supply and precise temperature control with 1 MW heater.
• Refrigeration and cryogenic system and component development and testing.
• A 17,500-gallon liquid hydrogen storage tank installed on campus for gas supply purposes.
Website: https://www.swri.org/industry/advanced-power-systems/hydrogen-energy-research

Email: angel.wileman@swri.org

Phone: 210-522-2657

Address: 6220 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 Southwest Research InstituteAngel Wileman Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 2 Electrolyzer Component and Supply Chain DevelopmentSwRI supports the development of hydrogen technologies, including fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles, flow components, storage, and gas turbines/compressors. SwRI also develops and scales up advanced materials and systems for clean energy generation and storage applications, including computational-experimental framework for high throughput materials design/selection and synthesis, processes for thin-film synthesis, small and large-scale gas sorption analyses, and full-scale demonstration of integrated system/device across multiple engineering platforms.

SwRI operates 2.3M square feet of laboratory space dedicated to advancing technology. Some of the capabilities related to hydrogen manufacturing, storage, and flow component investigation are below:

• Process development scale-up and pilot plants for hydrogen production technologies.
• Fuel cell benchmarking and development. Testing performed according to SAE J2579 - Standard for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Vehicles.
• Facilities to safely handle hydrogen testing for large scale fuel cells (>300kW) and hydrogen impurity content and impact of stack, BOP, and storage.
• Ability to perform validation testing for hydrogen flow components at elevated temperatures and pressures: pressure cycle testing up to 150% MAWP, high-rep cycles, cryogenic testing, leak detection, flowing and static testing.
• Validation of metal and composite tanks. Performance testing for: bonfire, cyclic and burst pressure, vehicle drop and crash integrity, environmental exposure, and permeation.
• Hydrogen material characterization.
• 20,000 sq. ft. of laboratories dedicated to advanced instrumentation, chemical/material synthesis, and the simulation of environmental conditions for in situ measurement of chemical and degradative processes.
• SwRI’s Sorption Science Laboratory is dedicated to R&D in sorption science and catalysis of various classes of natural and synthetic materials.
• High-temperature solar receiver and heat exchanger development.
• Design, development, and evaluation at the system and component levels.
• Hydrogen compressor development and closed-loop 100 bar hydrogen compression test facility.
• Hydrogen combustion testing for gas turbines or burners including 3 MW air supply and precise temperature control with 1 MW heater.
• Refrigeration and cryogenic system and component development and testing.
• A 17,500-gallon liquid hydrogen storage tank installed on campus for gas supply purposes.
Website: https://www.swri.org/industry/advanced-power-systems/hydrogen-energy-research

Email: angel.wileman@swri.org

Phone: 210-522-2657

Address: 6220 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 NewlabElsa Givan Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations  Newlab is a center of invention creating the conditions for world-changing ideas to become real-world solutions. Our mission is to mobilize people and capital to solve complex problems and accelerate the development, scale and adoption of critical technologies. To achieve this, we structure cross-sector collaboration atop purpose-built infrastructure to drive tangible projects. Our flagship location, an 84,000 square foot center for invention, opened in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 2016 with the aim to catalyze an ecosystem of deep tech entrepreneurs and stimulate technology-led economic development. Our second location, a 250,000 square foot facility with custom shops and prototyping labs focused on mobility innovation, opened in January 2023 in the Michigan Central Innovation District.

Today, Newlab’s community of more than 800 entrepreneurs extends across our physical and digital platforms. Our business is organized across two integrated functions: Applied Innovation and Investment. Applied Innovation designs and executes pilots and demonstration projects that align industry partners, government entities and startups to validate technologies and de-risk models that address key innovation challenges. Newlab’s partners include Ford Motor Co., Verizon, Ørsted, BHP, the New York City Economic Development Corporation, NYCDOT, and the Uruguay Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining. Our Investment arm makes direct investments.
Website: newlab.com

Email: elsa.givan@newlab.com

Phone: 9257055671

Address: 19 Morris Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11205, United States
NY
 Onyx Spectrum TechnologyStephen Scopatz Small Business Manufacturing Hydrogen Fuel Cell RecyclingOnyx Spectrum Technology is a Black Woman-owned small business entity that has been self-funded to date. The private company has been profitable each of the past 5 years. The company and its President and CEO, Adrienne R. Benton, have been active participants in MBDA (Minority Business Development Agency) technical assistance and financing programs. The company has a cadre of long-term strategic advisors with significant experience in raising venture and private equity capital and is confident it can raise appropriate capital from MBDA identified as well as other sources. One of our senior advisors is currently on the board of directors of a major supplier of hydrogen fuel cells and components.

Onyx has a long history of providing commercial legacy solutions to government customers and has been executing [multi-million dollar] direct support to Leidos for more than 5 years under one of their large support contracts with the Defense Information Systems Agency. As part of this support, Onyx acquired and is now the sole authorized provider/service arm for the NET Promina line of time-division multiplexing systems. Combined with other long-term legacy support relationships with federal, state, and local government organizations this work has provided Onyx with a stable financial base for providing innovative research for government and commercial customers. Building on this base Onyx is committed to a strategic plan of pursuing SBIR opportunities that fit our expertise and are consistent with our focus on potential long-lived government initiatives. To fulfill the commercialization potential of these efforts, Onyx advisors and management realize that the Company will need to pursue strategic partnerships, joint ventures, venture capital, and growth equity funded internal efforts with vigor.

Onyx Spectrum Technology has a manufacturing facility located in Lawrence, MA that meets all the Federal, state, and local government regulations. The facility is ISO9001-2015 certified.

Onyx has been in business for over 15 years and has many existing customers within the US government. We recently received facility clearance (Leidos is our sponsor) and actively pursuing CMMC level 2 (was 3) certification.
Website: onyxspectrum.com

Email: sscopatz@onyxspectrum.com

Phone: 8056984195

Address: 78 Fisher Ave, Boston, MA, 02120-3319, United States
MA
 OxiCool Development CenterGary Ezekian Small Business Manufacturing  The OxiCool Development Center is a new approach to building out and scaling up solutions in the ClimateTech & HardTech space. Leveraging our modern facility in the greater Philadelphia area with the latest in fabrication equipment and an experienced team of engineers & technicians, OxiCool engages in flexible partnerships with early-stage startups and lab researchers to collaboratively mature their technologies. Our team is well suited to work closely with domain specialists and support the TRL4 to TRL7 maturation sweet spot. We are open to a spectrum of creative arrangements that take advantage of our capabilities and infrastructure, including joint grant applications, licensing, work for equity, and build to print work packages.
Website: https://oxicool.com/pdfs/OxiCool_Dev.pdf

Email: gary@oxicool.com

Phone: 2154622665

Address: 508 Lapp Road, Malvern, PA, 19355, United States
PA
 Via Science, Inc. (VIA)Colin Gounden Small Business Systems Analysis Topic Area 1Summary: Via Science, Inc. (“VIA”) is a small business with a mission to make communities cleaner, safer, and more equitable through Web3 and blockchain-controlled data privacy.

Background

Mission: Make communities cleaner, safer, and more equitable

Team:
45 FTEs
Members of the VIA leadership team have worked together for 5 to 25 years with two successful exits
Large percentage of PhDs and graduates from Harvard, MIT, and other top universities

Web3 Technology:
10 issued patents related to data privacy and federated data analysis
Cybersecurity accreditation to TOP SECRET level with U.S. DoD
Scale testing with a major U.S. intelligence agency

Interest

Collective good from collective action
National Security: Humanitarian aid and secure logistics through integration of building, electric vehicle, and workflow data across multiple secure systems
Improved Health: Reduced respiratory illnesses due to increased adoption of clean energy in neighborhoods through real-time verification of energy demand at building and tenant level, and fuel source verification for electric vehicles
Community-Led Resilience: Increased grid flexibility of clean energy in neighborhoods through real-time incentives to balance renewable supply, and V2B and V2G charging

Capabilities

Web3 technologies to verify, integrate, analyze private data:
Verify: Real-time and anonymous verification of valuable data (e.g., clean energy)
Integrate: Connect data sources currently decentralized, and / or inaccessible due to privacy
Analyze: Enable experts and third parties to analyze and act on data securely and confidently

Differentiation: Cybersecurity, Cost, Real-Time, Anonymity, Flexibility
Cybersecurity: The only blockchain and Web3 platform with a U.S. Department of Defense TOP SECRET level accreditation, ideal for critical infrastructure (i.e., energy) customers
Cost: Web3 tech stack enables cost-effective coordination of volumes of decentralized assets
Real-Time: Zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) provide real-time verification of energy to enable real-time compensation
Anonymity: ZKPs provide anonymous verification of energy consumption / generation
Flexibility: Smart contracts enable programmable flexibility of timing, thresholds, and incentives for energy
Website: https://www.solvewithvia.com/

Email: cgounden@solvewithvia.com

Phone: 617-431-8398

Address: 49R Day Street, Somerville, MA, 02144, United States
MA
 Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMIDr. Andre Sharon Non-Profit Manufacturing  The Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMI is an established performer of applied R&D contracts for industry and government, with expertise in in developing and deploying custom turnkey industrial automation solutions for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, materials, consumer products, construction, photonics, energy and biotechnology. Founded in 1995 and based on the Boston University campus, CMI has a worked with several government agencies, including: DOE, DoD, Massachusetts DOER, NSF and NYSERDA, as well as numerous companies including startups all the way to the largest multi-nationals. Examples industrial projects include a fully automated factory for plant-based pharmaceuticals production, a specialty rolling mill to produce bulk metallic glass substrates, metrology equipment for the production of fuel cells, and a laser-based gantry robotic system that images and modifies glass façades on high-rise buildings.


Area of Technical Expertise include:

1. High-speed manufacturing techniques for processes such as forming, stamping, molding, sealing, joining, coating, and roll-to-roll processing
2. Best practices for material and component handling
3. Additive and automated manufacturing/assembly processes
4. Technologies for in-line diagnostics and quality control/quality assurance
5. Sensors and other technologies to reduce manufacturing defects in high-throughput production
6. Mechanical design
7. Product development
8. Hardware and software prototyping and testing
9. Industrial automation
10. Design for manufacture (DFM)
11. Distributed energy resources (DER) integration and value stacking
12. Field testing, monitoring, and evaluation
13. Flexible building load modeling and prediction
14. Multi-objective control optimization
Website: 2. https://www.cmi.fraunhofer.org/en/services/custom-automation-systems.html

Email: asharon@fraunhofer.org

Phone: 617 353-8776

Address: 15 Saint Mary's Street, Brookline, MA, 02446, United States
MA
 East Energy Fuel, LLCElizabeth Semple Small Business Hydrogen Production Electrolysis of green hydrogenEast Energy is a developer, builder, and operator of ag waste biomass power plants with 12-16 MW capability. It has deployed $110M and has three sites with access to unlimited reclaimed water from nearby WWTPs and >2MW of power that it is unable to export to the grid.

It seeks technology and university partners to use electrolysis production of green hydrogen, and is interested in multiple approaches for production, storage and distribution of the H2.

East has ample experience and connections for the Finance, Legal and Execution side of projects, but seeks a teaming partner for the technical, design and marketing/revenue portions of green hydrogen.
Website: eastenergyrenewables.com

Email: elizabeth@eastenergyllc.com

Phone: 2525333300

Address: 3697 N Main St, Farmville, NC, 27828, United States
NC
 Dupont Renewable EnergyAndre DuPont Small Business Manufacturing Increasing Efficiency of Manufacturing Hydrogen ElectrolysisFrom: Andy DuPont, Chemical Engineer

Hydrogen production is the main focus of research non-polluting fuels. The scientific community needs to increase the speed of producing affordable Green Hydrogen electrolyzers. Current electrolyzers are designed with technology that is antiquated and needs substantial upgrading. The mission of Dupont Renewable Energy is to substantial improve the efficiency of Green Hydrogen production by improving the design and performance of low-cost electrolysis. This research will make it possible to manufacture electrolyzers that can be adapted for commercial and industrial utilization at a lower cost.

The focus of research at Dupont Renewable Energy is to take the most recent innovation in electrolysis and test small 110-volt and 220-volt electrolyzers with innovations that are largely document but ignored by the scientific community. The first purpose of research is to properly validate the construction of electrolyzers at the lowest cost possible. The second purpose is to ensure that this new generation of electrolyzers conform to low-cost materials to make the manufacturing process of Green Hydrogen more renewable and sustainable. A key aspect of our research is to reduce the overall electrical voltage potential needed for electrolysis. Secondly, the overall hydrogen electrolysis process will be tested for frequency modulation and the use of chemical catalyst to reduce the overall the energy needed for the production of Green Hydrogen.
Dupont Renewable Energy LLC is a small company that is years in the making. Our focus is always on producing Green Hydrogen production and the lowest possible cost. We aim to please all aspects of Department of Energy and improve the lives of all Americans.

We will take the laboratory research from our valued scientific community and build small scale electrolyzers for DOE and approved customers. Our electrolyzers that are built for testing. By testing our design in a small scale, we can verify the design and validate the total efficiency that is not currently available by conventional hydrogen manufactures. Be sure to reach out to Dupont Renewable Energy to help DOE with the very critical step in making affordable Green Hydrogen more available at a lower cost.
Website: http://www.carbondioxidecontrol.com

Email: andy.dupont@gmail.com

Phone: 7038517044

Address: 7282 Amber Falls Road, Boynton Beach, FL, 33437, United States
FL
 Dupont Renewable EnergyAndre DuPont Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Increasing Efficiency of Hydrogen ElectrolysisFrom: Andy DuPont, Chemical Engineer

Hydrogen production is the main focus of research non-polluting fuels. The scientific community needs to increase the speed of producing affordable Green Hydrogen electrolyzers. Current electrolyzers are designed with technology that is antiquated and needs substantial upgrading. The mission of Dupont Renewable Energy is to substantial improve the efficiency of Green Hydrogen production by improving the design and performance of low-cost electrolysis. This research will make it possible to manufacture electrolyzers that can be adapted for commercial and industrial utilization at a lower cost.

The focus of research at Dupont Renewable Energy is to take the most recent innovation in electrolysis and test small 110-volt and 220-volt electrolyzers with innovations that are largely document but ignored by the scientific community. The first purpose of research is to properly validate the construction of electrolyzers at the lowest cost possible. The second purpose is to ensure that this new generation of electrolyzers conform to low-cost materials to make the manufacturing process of Green Hydrogen more renewable and sustainable. A key aspect of our research is to reduce the overall electrical voltage potential needed for electrolysis. Secondly, the overall hydrogen electrolysis process will be tested for frequency modulation and the use of chemical catalyst to reduce the overall the energy needed for the production of Green Hydrogen.
Dupont Renewable Energy LLC is a small company that is years in the making. Our focus is always on producing Green Hydrogen production and the lowest possible cost. We aim to please all aspects of Department of Energy and improve the lives of all Americans.

We will take the laboratory research from our valued scientific community and build small scale electrolyzers for DOE and approved customers. Our electrolyzers that are built for testing. By testing our design in a small scale, we can verify the design and validate the total efficiency that is not currently available by conventional hydrogen manufactures. Be sure to reach out to Dupont Renewable Energy to help DOE with the very critical step in making affordable Green Hydrogen more available at a lower cost.
Website: http://www.carbondioxidecontrol.com

Email: andy.dupont@gmail.com

Phone: 7038517044

Address: 7282 Amber Falls Road, Boynton Beach, FL, 33437, United States
FL
 SRI InternationalHenry Fong Non-Profit Hydrogen Storage Hydrogen CarrierSRI has over 20 years of experience developing a solid-state, high energy density hydrogen carrier. Our material exceeds several of DOE's system targets, including energy specific energy, energy density, temperature of H2 release. SRI's hydrogen carrier is produced by a patented process and has been demonstrated successfully in a portable PEM fuel cell. We are looking for partners to leverage this technology for various fuel cell use-cases. We are also interested collaborations to bring down the cost of production.

SRI International (SRI) is a multi-discipline, nonprofit research institute. SRI performs client-sponsored research and development for government agencies, commercial businesses, and private foundations. SRI has received more than 4,000 patents and patent applications worldwide.
Website: www.sri.com

Email: henry.fong@sri.com

Phone: 650-859-4140

Address: 333 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA, 94025, United States
CA
 University of ConnecticutJasna Jankovic Academic Fuel Cells Microstructural and spectroscopic characterizationJankovic group at the University of Connecticut (UConn) has expertise in multi-scale, advanced microscopy and spectroscopy characterization of fuel cell and electrolyzer materials, including catalysts, inks, and BOL and EOL electrodes. Our world-leading microscopy capabilities at the Innovation Partnership Building include more than 15 most advanced microscopes (including aberration corrected Titan TEM) and associated equipment (https://techpark.uconn.edu/high-tech-equipment/). Jankovic group specializes in quantification of all structural parameters, providing a complete set of descriptors for both BOL and EOL electrodes. Both ex-situ and in-situ microscopy capabilities are available for use.
Website: https://jankovic.engr.uconn.edu/

Email: jasna.jankovic@uconn.edu

Phone: 8606178798

Address: 44 Weaver Road, Storrs, CT, 06279, United States
CT
 DENSO CorporationTomi Saveski Large Business Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cell System & ManufacturerDENSO is leveraging energy conversion, materials, and manufacturing process & controls to scale up modular SOEC systems based on our automotive design and manufacturing experience. We have parallel R&D activity in H2-ICE, Fuel Cell components, power electronics, electrification, direct CO2 capture and more.

We are looking for partners that will be able to take advantage DENSO’s SOEC scalable, modular, and highly efficient hydrogen production system based on DENSO’s (automotive) mobility & core energy conversion technologies to accelerate the transition toward a circular energy economy based on a carbon free future.

We are interested in learning about you, your company and your interests to see if we can help each other in the deployment & deployment of green hydrogen technologies and systems.
Website: https://www.denso.com/global/en/

Email: tomi.saveski@na.denso.com

Phone: 2483728649

Address: 24777 DENSO Drive, Southfield, MI, 48033, United States
MI
 PlastikGAsJulie Conti Small Business Hydrogen Production Converting Plastic to FuelWe provide the solution to the global problem of plastic waste. We convert waste plastic simultaneously into six usable fuels; gasoline, diesel, kerosene, paraffin, LPG & coke. No further refining is needed, no environmental contamination, no catalyst all the while restoring ecological balance worldwide. Our PlastikGas® plants are easy to maintain, self-sufficient with a closed loop system, we utilize all 7 types of plastics including (no acrylics), no refining needed, no harm to the environment Our plants can convert the following capacity per day: 2 tons, 4 tons, 7 tons, 14 tons, 35 tons, 75 tons. Our capabilities bring solutions into the community, creates jobs and reduces the cost of fuel.
Website: www.plastikgas.com

Email: jconti@plastikgas.com

Phone: 9725524274

Address: 878 S. Denton Tap Rd, Coppell, TX, 75019, United States
TX
 Giner IncJudith Lattimer Small Business Fuel Cells  We are an R&D company specializing in water electrolyzers to produce hydrogen, as well as fuel cells to utilize hydrogen. We are developing components and systems for both PEM and AEM. We are interested in teaming on projects to develop AEMs, as well as components including catalysts, PTLs, etc for both PEM and AEM systems, as well as integrating components into larger systems and scaling up production capabilities.
Website: ginerinc.com

Email: jlattimer@ginerinc.com

Phone: 7815290530

Address: 89 Rumford Ave, Newton, MA, 02446, United States
MA
 Giner IncJudith Lattimer Small Business Hydrogen Production  We are an R&D company specializing in water electrolyzers to produce hydrogen, as well as fuel cells to utilize hydrogen. We are developing components and systems for both PEM and AEM. We are interested in teaming on projects to develop AEMs, as well as components including catalysts, PTLs, etc for both PEM and AEM systems, as well as integrating components into larger systems and scaling up production capabilities.
Website: ginerinc.com

Email: jlattimer@ginerinc.com

Phone: 7815290530

Address: 89 Rumford Ave, Newton, MA, 02446, United States
MA
 Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc.Christopher Cox Large Business Manufacturing  Teledyne Energy Systems (TESI) is an industry leader in the fields of alkaline electrolysis for hydrogen production, radioisotope thermoelectric power systems, advanced batteries, and air independent fuel cell systems. Teledyne Energy Systems provides engineering, commercial systems, and advanced manufacturing solutions for harsh environments in space, defense, energy, and maritime industries. For over five decades, the company has successfully delivered innovative systems, integration, operations, and technology development worldwide.

TESI has shipped over 750 hydrogen electrolysis units worldwide since 1974. We have an active installation base of nearly 200 systems.
Website: www.teledynees.com

Email: christopher.cox@teledyne.com

Phone: 4108129507

Address: 10707 Gilroy Road, Hunt Valley, MD, 21031, United States
MD
 Sierra EnergyCarson Wilcox Small Business Hydrogen Production Hydrogen ProductionSierra Energy is a world leader in clean energy production with our fast ox gassifier. We are working towards new developments in Hydrogen production using this exciting technology to produce lower cost green Hydrogen
Website: www.sierraenergy.com

Email: cwilcox@sierraenergy.com

Phone: 5307599827x541

Address: 1222 Research Park Drive, Davis, CA, 95618, United States
CA
 Erthos IncKeith Symmers Small Business Hydrogen Production Fuel Cell Supply Chain DevelopmentErthos is committed to developing and deploying solutions for our renewable energy future, including utility-scale solar and delivering a cost-effective green hydrogen solution. Leveraging the heat absorbing properties of the earth, favorable aerodynamics, lowest cost installation method, and robotic cleaning, Erthos has developed and fielded high-performing, utility-scale solar power plants deployed directly on the ground. Our Earth Mount Solar technology produces twice the energy per acre, requiring less than half the land compared to tracker or fixed tilt plants and can also be installed in half the time. Building on this technology, we developed a cost-effective solution to produce green hydrogen through electrolysis, directly powered by our utility-scale solar solution. Our electrolyzer technology dynamically adjusts the electrode surface area to match the maximum power demand curve of the incoming variable DC source electricity – resulting in maximum hydrogen generation tracking and control. Eliminating costly membranes and special metals, the Erthos green hydrogen system can deliver emission-free hydrogen below the cost of brown and gray hydrogen today.
Website: www.erthos.com

Email: keith.symmers@erthos.com

Phone: 480-454-7888

Address: 740 S Mill Ave, Ste 210, Tempe, AZ, 85281, United States
AZ
 Erthos IncKeith Symmers Small Business Hydrogen Production Advanced Electrolyzer Technology and Component DevelopmentErthos is committed to developing and deploying solutions for our renewable energy future, including utility-scale solar and delivering a cost-effective green hydrogen solution. Leveraging the heat absorbing properties of the earth, favorable aerodynamics, lowest cost installation method, and robotic cleaning, Erthos has developed and fielded high-performing, utility-scale solar power plants deployed directly on the ground. Our Earth Mount Solar technology produces twice the energy per acre, requiring less than half the land compared to tracker or fixed tilt plants and can also be installed in half the time. Building on this technology, we developed a cost-effective solution to produce green hydrogen through electrolysis, directly powered by our utility-scale solar solution. Our electrolyzer technology dynamically adjusts the electrode surface area to match the maximum power demand curve of the incoming variable DC source electricity – resulting in maximum hydrogen generation tracking and control. Eliminating costly membranes and special metals, the Erthos green hydrogen system can deliver emission-free hydrogen below the cost of brown and gray hydrogen today.
Website: www.erthos.com

Email: keith.symmers@erthos.com

Phone: 480-454-7888

Address: 740 S Mill Ave, Ste 210, Tempe, AZ, 85281, United States
AZ
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