Metals made better

Think about the implications for the production of metals now: the expensive blast furnace, the maintenance of old plants, the harm to the environment.

Now think about it in different way.

Consider efficient production methods that are modular, scalable, easier to install and maintain, with the resulting reduced costs for power, transportation of feedstocks and product. That’s what Molten Oxide Electrolysis means for your operation, your company and your investment. Our patented process will revolutionize the way metal is produced worldwide.

Rethink your supply chain and reduce operating expenses

Our Molten Oxide Electrolysis facility is reducing the cost at every stage, as compared to the traditional furnaces. Our process simplification allows for a better, cleaner and lower cost product.

Consider what this will mean to your bottom line.

Modular + scalable
  • Build closer to source
  • Efficient capital allocation
  • Reduced transportation costs of feedstocks and product
Simpler
  • High-quality metal from lower-grade feedstocks
  • Replace multiple process steps with one MOE step
More efficient
  • Reduced energy consumption
  • Fewer operators needed to run and maintain • Minimal waste
Lower costs at every stage of the supply chain

Molten Oxide Electrolysis

Lower cost and less volatility

“Green” steel premium equivalent to $30/t-CO2

Blast furnace
Oxygen furnace
Iron ore

Coking
coal Scrap

Molten Oxide Electrolysis
Iron Ore

Electricity ($15-35/MWh)

Steel, raw materials cost $ per tonne steel

$15/MWh=35% lower materials cost (2004-2017)

“Green” steel premium equivalent to $30/t-CO2

Blast furnace, Oxygen furnace: Iron ore, Coking, coal Scrap

Molten Oxide Electrolysis: Iron Ore, Electricity ($15-35/MWh)

Gamechanger for the world

Metals produced without harm to the environment

You and your organization can lead the movement to change. It’s good for the world, it’s good for the perception of your organization, it’s good for your bottom line. Boston Metal means metals made better.

Water

No water used in processing, and no water waste

Reagents

No reagents used in processing

CO2

No CO2 produced and no greenhouse gasses

Pollution from steel and other metals is the largest industrial source of greenhouse gas worldwide

 

 

The MOE technology as applied to steel manufacturing

Zero

greenhouse gas emissions

The MOE process produces metal with no carbon, no blast furnaces and no emissions, except oxygen.

2 billion

tons annually

The world’s global demand for steel is about two billion tons annually–about 500 pounds per person on the planet.

4 billion

tons of CO2

The MOE process has the potential to eliminate four billion tons of CO2 emissions annually.

7%

of all greenhouse gasses

7% of all greenhouse gasses are caused by steel making alone.