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On this episode of Building Energy, Enlighten Innovations President and CEO, Steve Reynish, and Vice President of Research & Manufacturing, Dr. Steve Hughes join us to explain their breakthrough technology designed to decarbonize the power grid. Enlighten Innovations uses its proprietary Sodium Super Ionic Conductor, or NaSICON technology to deliver high-value applications in the global energy and specialty chemical markets. The highly selective ceramic membrane technology only allows sodium ions to pass through, enabling the pure separated sodium to be used in various energy and chemical applications. This game changing breakthrough can provide safe, reliable, cost-effective, and meaningful power generation solutions across several industries and service remote, battery driven power needs for days, hours, and even months on end!
Aside from the power potential, it is opening up new avenues to assist in decarbonizing the energy market and deliver long duration energy storage and trading opportunities. It is about making a difference at speed and at scale in the energy transition, meeting the challenges of the ever-changing global energy needs, and accelerating a net-zero world.
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Guest 1: Steve Reynish, President & CEO
Guest 2: Dr. Steve Hughes, VP of Research & Manufacturing
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