Ohmium designs, manufactures and deploys modular, scalable proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers. We are committed to accelerating our pioneering research and development programs in next generation electrolyzers. This single minded focus enables us to develop new approaches and technologies that not only reinforces our technological leadership but further drives down the cost of green hydrogen production.
As permitted under the United States Patent Laws1, this site provides patent information for select Ohmium products. Not all of Ohmium’s products are necessarily included. Other Ohmium products that are not listed here may be protected by one or more patents. The patents listed below are only applicable in the U.S., there may be patents in other countries. Click on the below for access to the patents associated with those products.
Model Lotus Mark 1.5
US Patent 11,492,711
US Patent 11,767,599
US Patent 11,767,603
US Patent 11,773,001
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