22.12.20 – Helios was awarded a grant by the Israeli Space Agency to develop a demonstrator payload to be sent to the Moon.
06.12.20 – Helios filed a provisional patent on a novel method to produce silicon.
01.12.20 – Helios was awarded a grant by Israel’s Ministry of Energy to build a prototype for its terrestrial use.
20.08.20 – Helios successfully accomplished a series of experiments to prove the viability of its novel concept of electrodes.
09.07.20 – Dr. Brian Rosen joins the advisory board. Dr. Rosen is an expert electrochemist and will further strengthen Helios’ R&D efforts to commercialize its molten regolith electrolysis reactor.
05.03.20 – Helios established a new lab in Israel to develop and construct a small-scale prototype.
20.02.20 – Helios filed a provisional patent on a novel approach to conduct MRE (molten regolith electrolysis).
18.02.20 – Helios established a Florida based subsidiary to expand its collaboration with the US space industry.
07.03.19 – Helios was awarded a grant by Israel’s Innovation Authority to reach proof of concept.
16.01.19 – Prof. Bertil Anderson joins the advisory board, Bertil is the former chief executive of the European science foundation and former president of Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University.
02.12.18 – Former NASA’s ISRU (In-Situ Resource Utilization ) project manager, William Larson, joins the advisory board.
19.07.18 – Helios project Ltd was registered in Israel.
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