Green Hydrogen

12 -18% more efficient when utilising any current existing electrolyser technology in conjunction with our intellectual property.


We have spent some years studying, testing and experimenting with a concept for manufacturing Green Hydrogen that is far more cost efficient to produce than Blue or Gray Hydrogen and we are now ready to build and test a commercially sized research unit. We estimate that our concept can produce green hydrogen 12 -18% more efficient when utilising any current existing electrolyser technology in conjunction with our intellectual property.

Further intellectual property details can and will only be shared with potential investors willing and able to demonstrate satisfactory proof of available funds accompanied by strong confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement with heavy breach penalties and a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). We are seeking a $50M - $250M equity investment to demonstrate and document the efficiency of the new technology over a two to four year program depending up on scale.

The variable investment required is based around the appetite for scaling of an industrial research unit because according to our tests and custom built software the efficiency of the concept becomes far more efficient the larger it is built.

We remain open to the potential sale, franchise or licencing of the intellectual property idea and concept.

Patent Pending

The colourful world of hydrogen.

Green hydrogen Made by using clean electricity from renewable energy technologies to electrolyse water (H2O), separating the hydrogen atom within it from its molecular twin oxygen. At present, very expensive.

Blue hydrogen Produced using natural gas but with carbon emissions being captured and stored, or reused. But negligible amounts are being produced due to a lack of carbon-capture projects.

Grey hydrogen This is the most common form of hydrogen production: it comes from natural gas via steam methane reformation but without emissions capture.

Brown hydrogen The cheapest way to make hydrogen but also the most environmentally damaging due to the use of thermal coal in the production process.

Turquoise hydrogen Uses a process called methane pyrolysis to produce hydrogen and solid carbon. But it is not proven at scale, and there are concerns around methane leakage.