FCM Participating in SOFC-XVI Symposium in Kyoto

Nexceris’ fuelcellmaterials division is participating in the biennial SOFC-XVI International Symposium this September 8-13 in Kyoto, Japan.  This show helps to bring together researchers from all over the world together to discuss the latest news and research going into the development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell technologies.  Not only are SOFC material sets and designs being looked at to be more efficient and to work at lower temperatures, but the need for on-site hydrogen generation has added more focus to the growing SOEC and reversible cell markets as well.  Nexceris looks forward to discussing how our products and technology can help researchers in these areas by providing high-quality repeatable materials, and also finding ways that we can help provide go-to-market innovations for your organization.

Fuel Cell Materials Go To Market Innovation Infographic

Please feel welcome to talk to both our Sr. Director Nathan Cooley and our Sales Manager Chris Corwin at our booth No. 6 in the rear of the hall at the Kyoto TERRSA Conference center, which is located just south of Kyoto’s main train station.  We would like to discuss ways we can further collaborate and partner with groups looking to advance and commercialize innovative technology.

Through the LEVER process that we have created using over two decades of experience, we can help listen and identify issues, define benefits to our customers, perform testing to validate the value proposition, and tailor solutions to meet the needs of our customers.  We help you quickly increase production without sacrificing quality or intellectual property protections.

Please contact us below to set up a time to talk, either at the show or another time.  While you are in Kyoto, we hope you can also enjoy some of the benefits that this beautiful imperial capital of Japan offers as a backdrop to this show, such as the Golden Palace or walking through the bamboo grove of Arashiyama and the many red Torii gates of Fushimi Inari.  We hope to see you there.