The Hydrogen Association has advocated since the 1980s for greater exploration and investment in hydrogen. Hydrogen is a clean, renewable energy carrier that provides many key solutions to the climate crisis.
- Hydrogen paired with solar and wind energy systems solves their intermittency problem.
- Hydrogen used in combustion applications can clean the air of particulates and pollutants.
- Hydrogen powers fuel cells.
- Hydrogen can be harvested without emissions from hydrocarbon feedstocks using renewable energy.
The HydroCarbon Splitter™ takes the carbon out of substances that rot or burn such as biomass, biowaste, and fossil fuel. Hydrogen is co-harvested in the same process.
This system produces clean hydrogen, carbon, and electricity.
The cost of hydrogen production and challenges in storage and distribution have been barriers to the widespread adoption of the hydrogen solution.
We have committed our support to applied research and demonstration of the McAlister HydroCarbon Splitter™ because our research shows it offers a cost-effective, Net-Zero process for harvesting hydrogen and carbon from a wide variety of feedstocks.