Thank you to the Upstate Business Journal for sharing the news about Tetramer’s latest Phase II U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) award to continue hydrogen fuel cell membrane development in collaboration with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).
Tetramer custom membrane materials will be further developed to meet current performance and cost requirements to enable commercialization ...Continue Reading →
(Photo by Timothy Snow / NREL)
Tetramer is proud to announce the receipt of a Phase II award from the Department of Energy to further develop and commercialize novel ion conductive polymers produced in our laboratories for use in proton exchange membrane (PEM) hydrogen fuel cells.
Hydrogen fuel cells are one of the most promising technologies for renewable clean energy production, but current membrane components fall ...Continue Reading →
Tetramer is proud to announce the receipt of a Department of Energy Phase I award to develop improved and more cost-effective Phase Change Materials.
Phase Change Materials (PCMs) are a green alternative for energy storage and supply in buildings. PCMs absorb thermal energy as they melt and then release that energy when ambient temperatures fall below the PCMs’ melt point. By accumulating free solar energy during the day to help reduce building cooling ...Continue Reading →
“We’re an advanced materials research company and not a hand sanitizer producer, but we saw this need and knew we were uniquely suited to helping out.”
During the COVID-19 pandemic, hand sanitizer has been in short supply. As distilleries and other non-traditional hand sanitizer producers have ramped up production, it is not clear when the supply shortage will end. When Tetramer CEO, ...Continue Reading →
The Tetramer team is excited to begin work on a new Phase II award from the Department of Energy to develop improved membranes for solar fuels generators.
Solar fuels generators can be thought of as performing artificial photosynthesis. Generators harness solar energy to produce hydrogen from water or to produce carbon-based fuels from water and carbon dioxide in a manner analogous to plants.
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A big benefit of having a Tetramer Ice Cream Social and still practicing Social Distancing is that the inventor of the ice cream was able to join us! Nick Luthman, the Swedish inventor of NICK’S Ice Cream, dropped into our Google Hangouts meetup to answer questions and ...Continue Reading →
The anticipation is killing us! All of this NICKS Ice Cream is in the freezer awaiting pickup by the members of the Tetramer Team. Delicious and creamy NICKS light ice cream is made with EPG fat replacer that Epogee LLC developed with the help of the Tetramer Molecular Architects. Tomorrow, we’ll participate in ...Continue Reading →
Tetramer is excited to announce the receipt of a new Phase I Award from the Department of Energy to develop new High Temperature Elastomeric Materials for downhole applications.
Upon completion of this program, Tetramer will produce new elastomeric materials capable of withstanding the harsh environments required for geothermal energy harvesting. The increased lifetimes of these materials will reduce energy production costs and downtime in subsurface energy applications, which currently provide more than 80% of total US ...Continue Reading →
Tetramer is proud to help sponsor this FIRST LEGO League team headed to the World Championship in Houston this April! “Here Comes the Boom” won the finals in Georgia and will be competing against teams from 98 countries around the globe in the World Championship competition.
Have lots of fun, kids! The Tetramer Team
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NICK’S Light Ice Cream contains EPG, which is a low-calorie fat replacer developed by Epogee and the Tetramer team.
Be sure and check out this delicious new product being launched in the US! Visit NICK’S at booth number N1922 and Epogee at booth H414.
Tetramer is beyond excited to share the news of a new product launch by NICK’S Ice Cream!
EPG, the low-calorie fat replacer developed by Epogee, LLC and the Tetramer team, plays a critical role in creating this low-calorie ice cream with great taste and mouthfeel.
This article overviews the launch and describes the hard work Nick’s team has put ...Continue Reading →
It was an honor for Tetramer to help sponsor the 2019 InnoVision Awards recently announced at the beautiful Spartanburg Marriott. Congratulations to all of the 2019 recipients and finalists!
InnoVision Awards is South Carolina’s premier organization dedicated to the advancement of innovation and technology. InnoVision Awards is the only awards program of its kind – a grass roots, ...Continue Reading →
The USDA has awarded a Phase II grant to Tetramer for the technical and commercial development of a new class of bio-based and biodegradable oils and waxes. Applications for these materials span from food grade oils and cosmetics to materials processing aids and agricultural hydraulics.
Through this award and along with our established commercial partners, Tetramer will bring high-performance, cost-advantaged biodegradable oils and ...Continue Reading →
Tetramer is excited to play a small part in promoting the growth of the Materials Science and Manufacturing industry in South Carolina. Tetramer CEO, Jeffrey DiMaio, will be serving with fellow members of the MADE in SC Industry Engagement and Advisory Board (IEAB) on the industrial panel which will meet with students as part ...Continue Reading →
Tetramer is excited to announce the receipt of its SBIR Phase II Award from the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) which will fund biodegradable hydropower lubricant development.
Lubricants used in and around waterways pose the risk of spills and leaks causing wide ranging environmental effects. To combat this risk, Tetramer is developing biodegradable hydropower turbine oil sourced from renewable materials, which will provide both cost and ...Continue Reading →
Tetramer has been awarded a Phase I DOE Contract (DE-SC0019560) to develop Improved Membranes for Solar Fuels Generators.
Solar fuels generators harness solar energy as the power source to facilitate the generation of either hydrogen or carbon based fuels. In both cases, water is electrochemically oxidized to produce oxygen, protons and electrons at the anode. Hydrogen or carbon based fuels are produced simultaneously at the cathode by the reduction of protons or carbon dioxide, respectively. Ion exchange membranes are a ...
Tetramer has been awarded a Phase I DOE Contract (DE-SC0019612) to develop high light-output, high yield plastic scintillator fibers.
The field of high-energy physics (HEP) continues to advance globally and provides scientists with a better understanding of fundamental interactions of matter and energy. Particle accelerator facilities such as the Large Hadron Collider enable researchers to isolate individual types of particles with various energies and study their composition and interactions with other matter. ...
Tetramer has been awarded a Phase I DOE contract (DE-SC0019980) to develop improved polymer electrolyte membranes for fuel cells.
Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cells are one of the most promising energy conversion technologies for renewable clean energy applications. This technology allows the generation of electricity from hydrogen, with water as the only exhaust by-product. Tetramer’s work is focused on the development of new improved PEM materials in order to lower fuel cell costs, increase power output performance and further enable ...Continue Reading →