HyET has set up a subsidiary in the USA and is steadily increasing its USA presence.
HyET has started collaborative research agreements with Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL) and the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) supported by the H2@Scale program of US Department of Energy (DOE). The focus of these projects is automated manufacturing and QC of electrochemical compression MEA components.
HyET and Shell Hydrogen are jointly involved in a technology development project based at LBNL with the aim of further optimizing EHC performance.
The HCS 100 stack has been qualified and accepted by the US DoD-Naval Research Laboratory (NRL, Washington), the first commercial EHC ever taken in use, for a confidential application.