Using its unique EMA format, SI successfully achieved key milestones under a NASA-sponsored technology development effort to compress hydrogen from a low pressure source. In a related NASA application, SI’s EMA format hardware is conserving and purifying helium, a valuable and scarce commodity, used to purge hydrogen fueling lines after test firing of rocket engines.
These initial applications of SI’s technology; power-to-gas energy storage and hydrogen separation/compression, are examples of Sustainable Innovations’
The EMA is also being incorporated into a highly-efficient flow battery for large-scale integration of renewable energy into the power grid. Furthermore, SI is leveraging its EMA to facilitate electrochemical conversion of CO2 into valuable chemicals and fuels, providing a sustainable solution to the global climate issue, and access into markets for energy and industrial process feedstocks reaching hundreds of billions of dollars.
According to Dr. Trent Molter, SI’s CEO, “Companies designing and building hydrogen products have spent a lot of money trying to meet the need for high capacity PEM systems. Achievement of this milestone is validation of our concept for scalability to MW-sized hydrogen systems, enabling both high output and high pressure at the same time.”
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Sustainable Innovations is developing products for critical energy and industrial applications having tremendous global commercial and societal value. At the core of its technology is Sustainable Innovations’