HISTORY

Founded in 1994, Nexceris is an energy company that develops innovative sensor, power generation and catalyst solutions. While technology development for the U.S. Government was the foundation of the company, Nexceris has successfully commercialized solid oxide fuel cell materials and advanced gas sensor product lines in recent years. We currently aim to accelerate commercialization of our pipeline of emerging technologies.

2022
HeatPath Logo

HeatPath™ revamps chemical reactors for carbon constrained economies. We make chemical reactors more productive and energy efficient.

2022
Adena Power Logo

Adena Power is a new business from Nexceris, and is dedicated to the commercialization of our new sodium solid-state battery. 

2021

Initiated work on $4 million DoE-sponsored project for development of SOFC and electrolyzer technology.

2021

Formed JDA to commercialize Li-ion Tamer in EVs. In partnership with a Top 3 Global Auto Group.

2020
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Formed strategic partnership with Honeywell for global distribution of Li-ion Tamer stationery products.

2019

Signed JDA to develop SOFC solution for e-mobility. In partnership with a Top 10 Auto Manufacturer.

2018

Awarded contract under ARPA-E's INTEGRATE Program to further develop SOFCs.

2018
Nexceris NOx Sensor

Signed JDA to develop a NOx Sensor product. In partnership with a Tier-1 Automotive Supplier.

2018

Awarded contract by the Vehicle Technologies Office (DoE) to develop cathode battery materials for next generation Li-ion batteries.

2013
Nexceris Fuel Cell Coating

Fuel Cell coating commercialized.

2012

Won multi-million dollar contract for SOFC system development from the Office of Naval Research. In partnership with Northrop Grumman and ATK.

2012
Nexceris Nuclear Power Plant

Nuclear Sensor development begins.

2012

H2 Alarm Box launched.

2011
ISO 9001-2015

ISO 9001 Certification received.

2010
Nexceris Li-ion Tamer

Developed Li-ion off-gas detection sensor under a Navy-sponsored project. Currently sold under the Li-ion Tamer business unit.

2009
Nexceris Interconnect Coatings

Corrosion coating begins.

2007
Sensor-for-In-Development

Began work on NOx sensors after discovering a new mechanism for NOx detection.

2006
Nexceris Fuel Cell Stack

Initiated SOFC stack R&D with joint development agreement ("JDA"). In partnership with Plug Power.

2004

Launched second #2 million project from the NIST Advanced Technology Program for further development in SOFC technology. In partnership with NASA.

2003
Nexceris Company Sign

Moved to 56,000 sf facility in Lewis Center.

2002

$2 million SOFC project for the National Institute of Standards Technology ("NIST") Advanced Technology Program. In partnership with Hewlett Packard.

1998
NextCell Electrolyte Supported Planar Cell

Awarded contract from U.S. Department of Energy ("DoE") to establish an electrolyte coating process for solid oxide fuel cells ("SOFC"). Partnership with Siemens Westinghouse.

Nexceris Updates

What are the Benefits and Best Applications of Cathode Powders?  A Closer Look at LSM20-HP, LSC, and PCO

Cathode powders are materials that can be used in various electrochemical applications, such as solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), solid oxide electrolysis cells (SOECs), gas sensors, and more. Due to their unique properties and performance characteristics, Lanthanum Strontium Manganite (LSM20-HP), Lanthanum Strontium Cobaltite (LSC), and Praseodymium Cerium Oxide (PCO) are beneficial materials.

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Nexceris and FCM attending H2 + FC EUROPE 2024

Nexceris and Fuel Cell Materials (FCM) are excited to participate in Hydrogen + Fuel Cells (H2 + FC) EUROPE, Europe’s largest trade fair for hydrogen and fuel cells. H2 + FC EUROPE offers a unique combination of exhibitions, two forum areas, and networking events to promote synergy and cross-industry cooperation between different technologies dedicated to solving global energy challenges.

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