The company

Energex is a North American energy services provider that will address the energy needs that range from residential to utility grade applications by utilizing a patented Fuel Cell technology (known as Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – “SOFC”);the results of which will provide Users of each application with an affordable and dependable means to gain control over their energy costs.

In most applications the Users who incorporate the use of this new technology will provide themselves with a seamless transition that will allow them to move from On Grid to Off Grid with no difference in their demand needs. The utilization of these Fuel Cell Systems offers increased electrical reliability, improved energy security and provides a clear path to energy independence.

Depending on the application, the Fuel Cell technology’s capabilities that are offered by Energex will range from 1.5 kW up to 100 kW.

These unique on-site power generation systems utilize innovative new fuel cell technology. These technologies are able to produce clean, reliable, affordable power practically anywhere and utilize a wide range of renewable or traditional fuels.  This technology is able to produce clean, reliable, affordable power practically anywhere and utilize a wide range of renewable or traditional fuels.

Fuel cell power benefits

  • Cleaner, quieter and more efficient power production
  • Combustion engines (ICEs)
  • Zero or low emissions
  • Lower maintenance and long operating life
  • Operating efficiencies at part load and in all size configurations
  • Few moving parts and thus an anticipated high degree of reliability

Background

In August 2003, cascading electric blackouts across the northeast United States left roughly 50 million people without power and cost billions of dollars in economic losses. That incident called into question the reliability of America’s electric power grid. To the extent anyone still had doubts, that question was answered decisively by the prolonged power outages in New York City that followed Hurricane Sandy. The interconnected system of transmission and distribution