We have captured the sun in a box, and we can power anything with it.
We have developed green energy’s missing piece: Infinite Power Cells. They function similarly to solar cells, which convert sunlight into electricity: the sun’s energy activates the PN junction within a solar cell to generate an electrical current.
Proven and patented, our modular, scalable technology harnesses the energy of radioisotopes to produce an electrical current. This allows us to generate continuous baseload power for decades—rain or shine, day and night, anywhere in the world. The cost is low, and emissions? Zero.
Produce power for eight hours per day
Infinite Power Cells
Produce power continuously, for decades
Hydrogen is only as green as the energy used to produce it. Green hydrogen is traced to the source of the electricity used for the process known as electrolysis, in which electricity is used to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen is captured and harnessed for storage and distribution, while the oxygen is vented to the atmosphere.
A First for Green Hydrogen
In our groundbreaking approach, the green electricity generated by Infinite Power Cells is used to power electrolysis. Our power supply is not only green and provided at a low cost but also continuous, ensuring green hydrogen production proceeds without interruption and at maximum output, 24/7.
This represents a significant improvement over existing green hydrogen models that rely on solar and wind power, which are intermittent and can be both error-prone and expensive. Another key differentiator of our technology is its ability to use seawater as a source. Existing methods require starting with highly purified water, which is costly to produce.
The Future of Green Hydrogen
Our zero-carbon, uninterruptable baseload power is uniquely suited to empower the future of green hydrogen. The extended lifespan and 24/7 reliability of Infinite Power Cells pave the way for the efficient, modular, low-cost production of green hydrogen—in abundance and anywhere on the planet where there is water, including pure seawater.
A key facet of our business model is the use of third-party offtake agreements for the purchase of green hydrogen, with delivery to local end-users or preparation for export. With this in mind, we plan to locate our hydrogen facilities proximal to ports, providing us with access to both water and diversified markets.
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