"Integrated Protonics"®


  • Maximus Utilis Opus
Award Winning Cleantech products based on Advanced Ion Exchange Membranes



Applications

  • XUMIDOR climate control

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    By their operation, dehumidifiers extract water from the conditioned air.

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  • Refrigeration Compressors

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    Xergy’s has developed the most efficient, noiseless compressor for refrigeration.

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  • Desalination

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    Electrodialysis (ED) is used to transport salt ions from one solution through ion-exchange..

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  • XION Ion Exchange

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    Ion exchange membranes transport dissolved ions across a polymeric membrane.

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  • Fuel Cell power systems

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    A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity ..

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  • Heat pumps

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    The Most Efficient, Most Eco-friendly, Noiseless, Vibration Free, Modular ..

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Featured News

SBIR Phase-II

Xergy is pleased to announce that it won the SBIR Phase II Award!!

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Clean Tech open

In 2013 it was announced that Xergy had been selected as a Semi-Finalist in the CleanTech-Open...

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Bloomberg

On October 8th on Bloomberg TV, Xergy's refrigeration, cooling and heat-pump technology was showcased.

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Innovation Award

Xergy selected as one of five winners of our Industrial Partners ecomagination global innovation award.

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1 Million Cups | Delaware Tech - Bamdad Bahar

Bamdad Bahar is currently president of Xergy Inc. xergy, high technology enterprise founded in 2009. Xergy is the world leader in the development and commercialization of Electrochemical compressors for electrochemical applications.

News Release

RPI Team including Xergy Inc. Awarded $2.2 Million from ARPA-E for Transformational Energy Technology

Summary: [Seaford, DE] – Xergy Inc announced $2.2 million in new award funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). The funding will be used to develop innovative ion conducting materials for next generation renewable energy conversion and storage technology.

“Xergy is proud to bring its expertise in manufacturing continuous roll-to-roll composite ion exchange membranes and electrode assemblies to this effort and help make a critical contribution to this incredible team, assembled by RPI.” said Bamdad Bahar, President of Xergy Inc. “I would like to point out that a we have also been named as a vendor in a second award to Assist the University of Delaware with a similar program with a different material to RPI. Clearly, the manufacturing competency we have developed has value.”

In this project, a team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (led by Professor Chulsung Bae of Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology), Georgia Tech, Xergy, and Proton Onsite will work together to develop high performance alkaline conductors which can improve efficiency and lower cost of energy storage and conversion technology.

Xergy Inc received this competitive award from ARPA-E’s Integration and Optimization of Novel Ion Conducting Solids (IONICS) program, which seeks to create innovative components for the next generation of batteries, fuel cells, and other electrochemical devices.

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