The future of green energy is here. Our patented technology makes it possible to generate continuous baseload power for decades—rain or shine, day and night, anywhere in the world. The cost is low, and emissions? Zero.
The Infinite Power Cell was initially developed and prototyped in 2012 at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Further development, testing, and refinement ensued, including successful testing at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington. Our first patent was granted in 2015.
We established an R&D facility in England at our Cumbria headquarters and began collaborating with scientists at the University of Manchester to build and hone Infinite Power Cells, to the point of commercialization.
Our technical success allowed us to focus on enhancing the capabilities of the Infinite Power Cell, which expanded the available commercial opportunities to include the use of our innovative power source as a foundational force for the large-scale production of green hydrogen.
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How Infinite Power Works
Infinite Power cells operate in a similar way to how solar cells convert the sun’s light into electricity. That is the sun’s energy activates the PN junction within a solar cell to create an electrical current.