Skyre was founded in 2007 by Dr. Trent Molter to develop and manufacture innovative products based on a proprietary, low-cost, large-format electrochemical platform that transforms waste gases and power into higher-value forms.
Skyre’s products serve critical energy and industrial applications having tremendous global commercial and societal value.
Our revolutionary, high-pressure proton exchange membrane (PEM) technology builds upon the many billions of dollars of prior private and public investment in the low-carbon economy and places us in a unique position to address large robust markets having significant commercial and societal importance.
Products | H2RENEW™
The world’s only onsite hydrogen and helium recovery systems. Using a proprietary electrochemical process developed by SKYRE, H2RENEW is the world’s only family of products that provide hydrogen and helium separation and hydrogen purification, recycling, and compression in a solid-state device for industrial gas and energy needs.
This breakthrough, solid-state systems provide manufacturers and businesses a way to save money and reduce carbon emissions by recovering and recycling hydrogen and capturing helium.
Products | CO2RENEW™
This onsite system converts problematic greenhouse gases like waste carbon dioxide, into usable and valuable fuels such as methanol, and important commodity chemicals like formic acid – at up to 50% less than the cost of conventional manufacturing methods.
Another in a long line of firsts, SKYRE is achieving industry-leading performance with its CO2 transformation technology – hitting commercial targets for conversion, efficiency, and cost.
This is an industrially viable and commercially relevant solution in a time of increasing pressure to develop cleaner, more efficient ways to utilize traditional, domestic fuel supplies such as coal; and the increasing efforts to harness renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric power.
Furthering this imperative is a desire to lessen dependency on oil – including foreign sources – as a critical chemical feedstock for durable goods.