Making low cost hydrogen energy available to all
The current problem is that low cost hydrogen energy is not always possible or practical. So, we have developed a unique technology known as the Catalytic Carbon-Hydrogen on Demand (CC-HOD) system. It is the first system that will be able to utilise hydrogen so that it can be used commercially in a viable way. For the first time, more energy will be produced from the burning/combustion of hydrogen than the small amount of energy needed to generate the hydrogen.
The most important component of the technology is the catalytic carbon. The catalytic carbon allows for a self-sustaining reaction and there is no need for a costly external source of energy to produce the hydrogen. The catalytic carbon thus produces a low cost hydrogen energy that is totally efficient.
1. Dihydrogen Oxide A.K.A. water
2. An oxidising agent such as aluminium pellets to produce heat and hydrogen
3. A propriety carbon catalyst to lower the activation energy and increase the rate of reaction
4. A thermal source to initiate the reaction
5. A source of low-level voltage to reduce the layer of aluminium hydroxide which will form on the aluminium pellets
Hydrogen is an excellent energy source because it does not release any toxic gasses into the environment. When hydrogen is combusted, the only by-product is water. In fact, NASA use hydrogen energy on their spaceships, and the astronauts can actually drink the water that is created from utilising the hydrogen energy.
Hydrogen is everywhere and is a never-ending source of energy. Unlike fossil fuels, which will eventually be exhausted, there is a never-ending supply of hydrogen which can be generated on demand. This makes hydrogen a far more practical and long-term energy source.
The potential power of hydrogen means that it is regularly used to power space ships and rockets. Hydrogen is three times more powerful than fossil fuel sources which means that it is a far more efficient form of energy. This makes hydrogen an energy source used by NASA and other heavy industries.
The main elements to produce the hydrogen are simply water, aluminium/iron and catalytic carbon. This is an extremely economical system and the water does not have to be pure. Any water can be employed including tap water, dirty water and ocean water.
Every element involved is ‘borrowed’. It is a circular system, and is a systematic way of producing zero emission hydrogen at a low cost. The only emissions from the system is water vapour, which is non-toxic.
A huge benefit of the CC-HOD system is that the need for serious logistics and transport is eliminated. It is currently difficult extracting and moving hydrogen in a practical way, but the CC-HOD system alleviates these problems.
The use of fossil fuels is entrenched in our everyday lives and if we are to change this, it will require serious effort and exertion. At PhusionH2, we have embarked on the first steps to implement change and commenced on a number of innovative strategies to spread the use of our CC-HOD system.
If you want to be a part of this movement to revolutionise the way we produce and use energy then join us. The bigger our movement is, the harder it is for the fossil fuel giants to ignore us. If you wish to learn more about the work we do, low cost hydrogen energy and investing in our upcoming secure token offering, then please get in touch for more details.