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Ceramatec Selected by ARPA-E for an Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis for Grid Scale Energy Storage

Ceramatec, Inc., along with its team members, will develop a modular electrochemical process for a power-to-liquid fuel system based on ammonia. A new synthesis approach will combine chemical and electrochemical steps to facilitate the high-energy step of breaking the molecular nitrogen bond.

No more leftovers: Utah researchers looking to turn turkey guts into fuel

Ceramatec is playing a key role in the United States’ commitment to reducing greenhouse emissions by 2025. The Department of Energy (DOE) is focusing on innovative energy as one factor in this effort, and they are looking to the research efforts of Ceramatec to deliver new energy solutions.

Federal grant awarded to Salt Lake City company to capture sun’s energy

Ceramatec was awarded a Department of Energy grant of $2.4 million this month to develop a modular heat engine power block designed to convert heat directly into electricity without moving parts.

DOE SunShot Initiative Award Announcement

The U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative announced today that Ceramatec Inc. will be receiving $2.3 million over the next three years to develop a modular heat engine power block for distributed CSP (Concentrated Solar Power).

Natural Gas Membrane Reactor wins 2014 Utah Innovation Award in Energy

Eight innovations were announced as winners in the 12th annual Utah Innovation Awards, presented by Stoel Rives LLP and the Utah Technology Council. This statewide program, the first of its kind, recognizes innovations and the Utah companies that created them.

AlChE discusses Ceramatec’s Modular Reactor System for Remote Waste-Gas Conversion.

The magnitude of the many hundreds of waste gas flares burning in the remote North Dakota oil fields may best be appreciated by satellite imagery. Seen from 22,000 miles overhead, the light from all this (waste) gas burning is brighter than the lights of Minneapolis/St. Paul.

U.S. Energy Secretary Talks with Ceramatec at the 2014 ARPA-E Summit

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) hosted the 2014 Energy Innovation Summit to present America’s next generation of transformational energy technologies.

ARPA-E Selects Ceramatec to Develop Advanced Batteries

The US Department of Energy (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) has announced it will award approximately $36 million to 22 projects in an effort to accelerate widespread electronic vehicle (EV) adoption.

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Ceramatec Selected by ARPA-E for an Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis for Grid Scale Energy Storage

Ceramatec, Inc., along with its team members, will develop a modular electrochemical process for a power-to-liquid fuel system based on ammonia. A new synthesis approach will combine chemical and electrochemical steps to facilitate the high-energy step of breaking the molecular nitrogen bond.

No more leftovers: Utah researchers looking to turn turkey guts into fuel

Ceramatec is playing a key role in the United States’ commitment to reducing greenhouse emissions by 2025. The Department of Energy (DOE) is focusing on innovative energy as one factor in this effort, and they are looking to the research efforts of Ceramatec to deliver new energy solutions.

Federal grant awarded to Salt Lake City company to capture sun’s energy

Ceramatec was awarded a Department of Energy grant of $2.4 million this month to develop a modular heat engine power block designed to convert heat directly into electricity without moving parts.

DOE SunShot Initiative Award Announcement

The U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative announced today that Ceramatec Inc. will be receiving $2.3 million over the next three years to develop a modular heat engine power block for distributed CSP (Concentrated Solar Power).

Natural Gas Membrane Reactor wins 2014 Utah Innovation Award in Energy

Eight innovations were announced as winners in the 12th annual Utah Innovation Awards, presented by Stoel Rives LLP and the Utah Technology Council. This statewide program, the first of its kind, recognizes innovations and the Utah companies that created them.

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