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In the molecules where it exists, hydrogen must be separated from the other elements in order to form hydrogen. Hydrogen can be produced in a wide variety of ways and from a wide variety of sources for use as fuel. The two most popular processes for making hydrogen are electrolysis (splitting water with energy) and steam-methane reforming.
Other techniques of producing hydrogen include electrolysis of water, methane pyrolysis with no CO2 emissions, and biomass gasification. The later procedures, methane pyrolysis and water electrolysis, can be carried out instantly using any electricity source, including solar power.
The global hydrogen extractor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The revolutionary and ground-breaking hydrogen extraction technology venture is launched by HPQ. An innovative silicon solutions and technology development company, HPQ Silicon Resources Inc., is happy to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with EBH2 Systems SA (“EBH2”). EBH2 has a proprietary electrolysis technology that can effectively extract Clean Hydrogen, also known as Green Hydrogen, from virtually any water source, including salt water.
Clean Hydrogen can be used to generate low-cost electricity without harming the environment. In order to create Green Hydrogen, EBH2 has applied for a provisional patent. This new and innovative process is scalable and adaptable to a wide range of applications, including single-family homes, district-wide power generation, large-scale industrial uses, and various modes of land and sea transportation.
A typical three-bedroom suburban home may be powered by the EBH2’s first successfully tested prototype model, which has a clean energy production capability starting at 1 Megawatt of power that can be produced over a week from 2 liters of water.
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