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Nexceris’ Sensors Business Unit has been rapidly expanding in the commercial realm.
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Nexceris’ Materials Business Unit provides our customers with material science and engineering expertise to commercialize their products, technologies and innovations in a quicker more efficient manner.
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Nexceris has a rich heritage in solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology development, and has established itself as a world leader in the field.
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Nexceris’ Sensors Unit has been rapidly expanding in the commercial realm while continuing to experiment with safety monitors and sensors.
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The fuelcellmaterials product line was established to commercialize innovative ceramic materials technology and products.
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At Nexceris, we have significant experience and expertise in researching and developing the next generation of advanced batteries.
The Nexceris Fuel Cell Business Unit currently is focusing on development of SOFC stack technology for power generation, long-term energy storage and reversible operation for grid support applications.
To support the growing hydrogen generation market, Nexceris provides expertise and solutions for the development of Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cells (SOEC).
fuelcellmaterials was established in 2000 to commercialize innovative ceramic materials technology and products.
Li-ion Tamer® is a new line of products designed by Nexceris to make batteries safer. Call or email us for more information.
Specialty sensor products for superior monitoring and detection of hazardous gases in complex environments.
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Learn more about our specialty SOFC, SOEC and PCFC powders, inks, substrates, cells and equipment.
Nexceris is working on advanced batteries. We also are exploring and generating high-voltage spinel cathodes and cobalt-free cathodes.
Nexceris has significant experience working with the The Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Energy (DOE) and NASA.
Nexceris has been working with government departments, utilities and other energy leaders to developer safer and more efficient energy systems.
Nexceris offers a range of services to support energy storage and safety for the aviation, marine, diesel powered vehicle, fuel cell vehicle and filling station markets.
Nexceris helps companies in the communications and data center markets with energy storage, microgrid and renewable energy source solutions.
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Nexceris’ vision is to create a better world through energy innovations. We collaborate with global customers and partners to transform powerful ideas to make energy production safer, more efficient and environmentally responsible.
Founded in 1994, Nexceris is an energy company that develops innovative sensor, power generation and catalyst solutions.
Nexceris’ innovative brand family includes: Li-ion Tamer, fuelcellmaterials and NTM Sensors.
Nexceris was recently awarded the ISO 9001:2015 certification.
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We offer challenging and rewarding careers for highly motivated individuals and are currently seeking top candidates to become part of our team. We offer an outstanding compensation and benefits package. If you are looking for an exciting career with a world-class company, you deserve to make the move to Nexceris.
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Awarded contract under ARPA-E’s INTEGRATE Program to further develop SOFCs.