RheOmega is a developer of power generation systems utilizing Foam Technology. We at RheOmega aim to create an abundance of clean energy through technological innovation. We know achieving true impact on industry and the environment requires both technical and commercial success. We measure our impact by exponentially growing clean megawatt-hours, reducing emissions, and transforming waste heat into dollars.

We are obsessed with solving our customers’ energy needs with cost-effective clean energy solutions. We are driven by curiosity, the thrill of invention, and the desire to leave a legacy of good.

RheOmega, LLC is a small business founded and located in beautiful seacoast NH. We are drawn to, connected with, and rooted in NH. We are supporters of and supported by New Hampshire’s entrepreneurial ecosystem: contributors and members of AlphaLoft, beneficiary of NH Employment Security’s Pathway to Work program, and aided by the Live Free and Start Initiative and the NH Small Business Development Center.

Rheo- : flow, current, stream – rheology is the study of interesting fluids like foam!
Omega : great O

Alexander Bell, Founder

Mr. Bell is an engineer and entrepreneur who is passionate about clean energy. He was a Senior Research Engineer at General Compression, and before that, R&D Manager at SustainX; both companies were developers of Isothermal Compressed Air Energy Storage technology. At GC and SustainX, he was the “Foam Guy” responsible for the development of the near-isothermal foam technology in ICAES. He has a BS in Chemical Engineering from UNH and a Master of Engineering Management from Dartmouth, and holds four US patents.

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David E. Perkins, Adviser

Mr. Perkins was most recently Chief Technology Officer for General Compression, a developer of grid-scale compressed air energy storage technology.  Previously, he was CTO for Active Power, a developer of behind-the-meter power quality systems (UPS) using flywheels and compressed air storage.  Perkins began his career developing pulsed power rotating machinery and applications at the University of Texas Center for Electromechanics.  He received BS and MSME degrees from the University of Texas, Austin and holds ten US patents.

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Alex and David working on thermodynamic cycles together


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