Hydrogen Thermochem Corp
Hydrogen Fueling - Technology for the Development of Hydrogen Fueling Stations
- Hydrogen is a Fuel of the Future
- Millions of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trucks/Buses/Cars are coming to market
- There is a Shortage of USA/Canada Fueling Stations = Billion $ Opportunity
- Natural Gas Reforming Combined with CO2 Capture is the Cost-Effective Carbon Free Solution
Why Methane Reforming to Hydrogen Is the Path Forward?
- Reforming low-cost natural gas can provide hydrogen today for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
- Small modular hydrogen production units can be integrated within the existing natural gas pipeline delivery infrastructure and existing fueling stations.
- Natural gas use and emissions are lower than gasoline-powered internal combustion engine vehicles.
- The only product from an FCEV tailpipe is water vapor.
- The total greenhouse gas emissions when using hydrogen in FCEVs
Why fuel cells are the alternative to internal combustion and electric batteries?
- Hydrogen can replace the fossil fuel burned in internal combustion engines.
- Fuel cells are much more efficient than internal combustion engines and produce no harmful emissions.
- 1 kg battery, as of 2019, can store 0.1 kWh of energy whereas 1 kg of hydrogen has a usable capacity of 33 kWh.
- Capital costs of fuel cells have reduced significantly over recent years and become more price-competitive to the internal combustion engines.
“DeltaBlue™" Hydrogen Production
Delta natural gas reformation for hydrogen production with Carbon Capture:
- CO2 footprint of DeltaBlueTM hydrogen is: 0.82-1.12 kg CO2-eq./kg H2
- CO2 footprint of hydrogen produced via electrolysis with wind/solar electricity sources is: 0.92-1.13 kg CO2 eq./kg H2