Our systems use wasted and recycled aluminum as fuel in a closed loop process, with zero Carbon emissions. Natural Gas based Steam Methane Reformation releases 9-10 kg of CO2 for every kg of Hydrogen produced. Just one of our pilot units would be the equivalent of taking a 150 cars off the road.
Our systems produce hydrogen on-site, on-demand, and integrate into existing supply lines. No need to spend years building new plants and pipelines from point of generation to point of end use. Our systems can be set up and operational at your facility in as little as 3-4 weeks.
Our systems cut Hydrogen production costs by up to 47% on average, as compared to current industry standards, and break even in a 2-3 year period. Trolysis HPUs allow customers to take control of their hydrogen production and eliminate the need for costly transportation and storage infrastructure as well.
The modular design of our systems allow them to be networked together to scale our hydrogen production up or down, as required by the customer, extremely quickly. This flexibility is imperative, as current technologies make volume and sustainability mutually-exclusive. Our HPUs are mini, modular, hydrogen plants.
It takes a lot of energy to mine Bauxite ore, refine the ore many times to high-purity alumina, and then reduce it to Aluminum. This process is energy-intensive. By utilizing aluminum waste from landfills and recyclers, we are recovering ‘lost’ energy and using it to generate a valuable fuel source.
Furthermore, we are reducing demand for Bauxite mining which leads to environmental degradation and toxic by- products such as “red mud”. A typical Bauxite mine generates nearly twice as much toxic red mud as it does alumina.
There is also a growing abundance of wasted and recycled Aluminum in the world. The U.S. aluminum recycling rate is approximately 67 percent – 33% is wasted every year.