About Us


Welcome to RedoxBlox

We are a fast-growing company dedicated to eco-friendly technologies for both present and future generations

Sustainability Goals

By promoting affordable and clean energy access, RedoxBlox aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7): “Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all”. RedoxBlox energy storage solution contributes to the expansion of renewable energy sources and enhances grid stability, supporting the transition to a more sustainable and resilient energy infrastructure. Our commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles is evident by using sustainable materials, efficient resource management, and the reduction of carbon emissions. RedoxBlox prioritizes employee safety, community engagement, and ethical business practices, making them an exemplary company in terms of ESG considerations.


RedoxBlox Inc. has operations in the United States and Europe. Our main headquarters and R&D facility are in San Diego, California. We also have a large-scale prototype testing facility in Bend, Oregon. Our European subsidiary, RedoxBlox Gmbh, is based in Dornbirn, Austria.

San Diego, California, USA

Dornbirn, Austria, Europe

San Diego, California, USA

San Diego, California, USA

Dornbirn, Austria, Europe

Dornbirn, Austria, Europe

Bend, Oregon, USA

Significant milestones


  • Identified proprietary redox material with record-breaking energy density of 2500 MJ/m3


  • Was awarded $2M ARPA-E DAYS project
  • Developed scalable fabrication method for redox material
  • Demonstrated cyclability and 2500 MJ/m3 energy density of redox material in a tube furnace


  • Characterized redox material mass and thermal transport properties
  • Demonstrated thermochemical cycling in a 0.1 kWhth lab-scale prototype under realistic operating conditions over multiple cycles
  • Multi-million dollar seed funding round


  • RedoxBlox Inc. incorporated as a Delaware C-Corporation
  • Demonstrated different thermochemical cycling modes in 10 kWhth sub-scale prototype under realistic operating conditions for 1000+ hours


  • Demonstrated thermochemical cycling in 10 kWhth sub-scale prototype under realistic conditions for 2000+ hours
  • Awarded $7.4M ARPA-E project for electricity-to-electricity energy storage demonstration
  • Multi-million dollar Series A funding round
  • Established U.S. headquarters and R&D lab in San Diego, California
  • Established U.S. large-scale reactor testing lab in Bend, Oregon
  • Established European subsidiary, RedoxBlox GmbH, in Dornbirn, Austria


  • Demonstrated thermochemical cycling in 100 kWhth energy storage module under realistic operating conditions for 1000+ hours
  • Design and development path for 10 MWhth-scale storage module for industrial heat applications
  • Was awarded $9.4M Department of Energy IEDO demonstration project for industrial heat decarbonization