where energy meets environment
As an established player for 25 years and a pioneer in the alternative energy space, Nexceris focuses our materials science expertise on creating innovative products that improve the quality, efficiency and safety of energy and environmental systems. Our vision is to create a better world through energy innovations.
Nexceris’ R&D and product delivery through commercialization focuses on the intersection of energy and environment. Our engineers and materials scientists work side-by-side with our customers throughout the world to develop and commercialize products, systems and materials.
Nexceris brings comprehensive expertise and value to our customers through our global reach in developing clean energy products including, advanced sensors & monitors, fuel cell materials and solid oxide fuel cells. Our product pipeline includes a range of commercially-ready gas sensors and monitors, materials for energy, catalyst and corrosion protection products.
Nexceris is committed to providing the highest quality products and services to satisfy our customers. We were recently awarded the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 certification which directly illustrates this commitment.
Energy Storage Safety
Fuel Cell Materials
Sensors & Monitoring
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
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Working at nexceris
Nexceris, LLC is a world-renowned developer and manufacturer of products that improve efficiency, performance and cost of energy and environmental systems. The company does business in more than 70 countries through internet, distributors and direct sales. Products include solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), SOFC fuel cell components and materials, catalysts, sensors, gas monitors, coatings and government R&D services. Team members of Nexceris are passionate about working with customers to find innovative solutions facing our future needs for cleaner and more sustainable energy.
The stationary energy storage market has begun to take safety more seriously in lieu of several fires in 2018 and 2019, including the APS fire. […]