Announcing the Launch of Hadean Energy

Introducing Hadean Energy Limited

RFC Ambrian are pleased to announce our latest decarbonisation technology venture, Hadean Energy. We’ve formed Hadean in collaboration with CSIRO to commercialise their advances in tubular Solid Oxide Electrolysis (SOE) technology. This cutting-edge technology can produce hydrogen with 30 per cent less electricity and help to decarbonise heavy industry. RFC Ambrian’s expertise in commercialisation of technology ventures has set Hadean on a path to continue resource sharing with CSIRO and IP integration to maximise the value and flexibility of the technology.

Solid Oxide Electrolysis utilises waste industrial heat, common in industrial processes, to substitute the electrical energy required to split water or CO2 molecules. Hadean’s novel cell chemistry and tubular cell structure is a departure from conventional SOE systems, and potentially overcomes the challenges of conventional SOE systems. The materials are low cost and readily available, reducing Hadean’s reliance on international supply chains and increasingly scarce critical minerals.

We welcome new investors into the Hadean venture, alongside RFC Ambrian Funds Management’s multi-strategy critical minerals and technology decarbonisation fund. The recently completed funding round managed by RFC Ambrian will be used to progress the technology towards small-scale commercial deployments. In the coming months, Hadean will trial the ground-breaking technology at BlueScope’s Port Kembla Steelworks to demonstrate the equipment at pilot scale in an industrial environment.

To view the latest news release on Hadean Energy, please click here.

To view the Hadean Energy website, please click here.

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