Hydrogen Industrial

Fuel of the Future

Hydrogen Industrial is a revolutionary alternative fuel for coal-fired power plants, cement plants and similar thermal plants, which was developed by an international team of scientists and energy experts.


Hydrogen Industrial overview

Hydrogen Industrial is a revolutionary alternative fuel for coal-fired power plants, cement plants and similar thermal plants, which was developed by an international team of scientists and energy experts. Hydrogen Industrial is made of freely available non-depletive substances and its usage results in significant reduction of the CO2 emissions allowing for direct multi-million EUR savings per year per plant, as well as major environmental improvements in the areas of global warming and clean air.

Hydrogen Industrial is supplied to a coal-fired power plant burning furnace together with conventional coal in a way that 50% of the conventional coal is replaced by Hydrogen Industrial. Sample production batch testing has confirmed that Hydrogen Industrial is a stable substance with similar burning patterns as coal and thus it doesn’t require any significant furnace adaptation. Hydrogen Industrial has also been tested with pet coke and achieves similar results. A major component of Hydrogen Industrial is freely available limestone, encapsulated together with several other substances, the chemical interaction of which results in generation of a certain amount of Hydrogen, which is integral for the Hydrogen Industrial capsules combustion. All component substances necessary to produce the Hydrogen Industrial fuel are abundant, generally available, and none of them have an exclusive source.

Hydrogen Industrial fuel is designed as a supplement to the process of burning coal in power plants and without coal can not function. Its use will not reduce the demand for coal. Assuming that the level of harmful greenhouse gas emissions is the same, it is possible to increase the production of electricity for double. In this case, the consumption of coal as an energy source would not be reduced. In that way demand for energy as a basic postulate for technical and technological development of the civilization would have been fulfilled in accordance with the principles of sustainable development.