SOLID OXIDE ELECTROLYSIS
Solid oxide electrolysis (SOE) uses a ceramic cell to split heated steam molecules into hydrogen and oxygen.
SOE operates at temperatures above 800°C, using the excess heat from industrial processes to make the cell conductive.
This heat reduces the electricity needed in the reaction by 30% in comparison to PEM and alkaline electrolysis, reducing electricity costs significantly.
Synthesis gas can also be produced by the same process in the SOE electrolyser.
Hadean’s tubular solid oxide cell structure reduces cost and complexity while enhancing repairability.
It simplifies the manufacturing process, supporting rapid, scalable production.
Our tubular structure reduces sealing requirements, improving safety and stack longevity.
Our novel cell composition improves cell durability and avoids high-cost critical minerals.
No use of platinum group metals
Up to 30% less electricity consumption compared to PEM and Alkaline technologies