New Catalyst Produces Low Cost Hydrogen
For the first time in history, hydrogen fuel can produce more energy during combustion than the energy used to extract the hydrogen from water.
Hydrogen fuel can be produced at lower costs and at higher rates than ever before using a new catalyst. Catalytic carbon, manufactured using a new activation process, extracts hydrogen from water more efficiently than any other method. Hydrogen fuel can be produced at lower costs and at higher rates than ever before using this new catalyst.
The unique thing about this new process is that it requires no power input after the hydrogen-producing reaction is started using thermodynamic equilibrium design of the hydrogen-producing cell. For the first time in history, this new process allows the scale-up to high rates of hydrogen on demand (HOD). This means that hydrogen storage tanks are not required to meet high-volume fuel requirements.
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