Ion Accelerator - Self-Sustaining Hydrogen Production Technology
About The Technology
Providing Clean, Low cost, Sustainable energy solutions.
Infrastructure cost and convenience.
What is our objective.
Who is H2IL.
The energy sector is rapidly shifting to accommodate clean and safe energy. Many corporations are endeavouring to search out emerging revolutionary technologies to give them the monopoly in this rapidly fragmenting energy industry.
H2 Innovation Lab (H2IL) have a solution in the form of a new energy technology. Hydrogen is the backbone of many chemicals and fuels and lines up the be the predominant fuel or energy carrier of the 21st century and beyond.
A technology that produces bulk hydrogen with a record high efficiency and versatility while being more cost competitive than blue and green hydrogen. A disruptive technology thats truly revolutionary and game-changing for the following reasons:
Like nuclear fission and fusion this technology enables self-sustaining energy but without splitting or fusing atoms.
Superior to nuclear, this technology produces a limitless energy that can be stored as well as instant conversion to electricity or heat.
Hydrogen production on-site therefore eliminating costly, complex storage and transportation issues.
A secure means of energy with a reliability that, unlike most renewable energies, parallels stable nuclear or fossil fuel power.
A fully saleable technology from small local hydrogen supply facilities or power stations up to large scale ammonia, green steel, synthesis fuel production and existing power plant conversion.
Safe and eco-friendly with absolutely no detrimental byproducts or greenhouse emissions.
Low cost and undemanding infrastructure makes for a rapid change and ease of integration.
The Ion Accelerator dissociates sea water at an ionic level, enabling the release of bound hydrogen by harvesting a natural galvanic energy stored in abundant and low cost metals. The energy content of the hydrogen is many time greater than the input catalyst electricity. This has proven to enable self-sustaining energy generation with very little metal consumption.
Energy is not being created. Hydrogen is the end product or fuel, and is abundant in supply. Just as oil extraction developed into a low cost and easy process with the right equipment, so too this method extracts hydrogen from the sea or rain water with ease. This is simply an efficient method of releasing it from a bonded state.
Creating Energy? No! Abundant Hydrogen is a fuel, bound in water. This existing fuel is released not created. The Ion Accelerator is simply a method of freeing the H2O bonds more efficiently by accelerating ions rather than brute-force energy.
In short, the closest comparison to this technology is nuclear power but in this application, the abundant metals are safe and recyclable. Common nuclear power generation uses an energy stored in certain scarce metals. The H2IL Ion Accelerator also uses an energy stored in certain metals but low cost and abundant in supply. A small amount of input power (from the grid or 3% feedback directly from inline hydrogen Fuel Cell) will excite and sustain a hydrogen generating reaction. Energy is not being created, which is impossible, but simply transferred from one form to another and supporting the laws of thermodynamics.
The advantages of the H2IL technology over fossil fuel and nuclear power are numerous:
Conventional power plants generate from a single station with problematic and costly power distribution infrastructure connecting the wider grid. Because the H2IL system is scalable and self-sustaining, the size and output can be scaled to either match that of large power stations or scaled down to small, local microgrids and local micro-generation. A sustainable and reliable power generation day an night, in all weather conditions, that can either boost or eliminate the reliance on a main power grid.
The non-toxic byproduct is recyclable or has other commercial value, unlike nuclear power, where the radioactive byproduct is difficult and expensive to confine.
Hydrogen can either be converted to heat, mechanical or electrical energy instantly, or become an energy carrier and be stored for future consumption.
The green hydrogen based technology will be welcomed by the public, unlike nuclear power with a stained track history resulting in the decommissioning of stations and project contracts cancellations.
Whats unique is the amount of external energy needed to split the water bonds. See (Comparison Chart).
The actual disassociation of water does not need brute-force energy. Rather, the converting an atom to an ion is what consumes most of the 237KJ per mole of water. Freeing hydrogen from water bonds is not energy intensive but converting an atom to an ion is. While some aspects of this understanding may differ from conventional science, it has proven to be true with the H2IL technology. Conventional science on this subject is simply modelled by commonl knowledge of electrolysis.
Most other known energy generation methods is a combination of electrical and kinetic. The combination of electrical and electrical energy makes for an energy generation method that is not reliant on the common kinetic motion from turbines harvesting wind, water steam or sea flow. That, is game-changing!
Infrastructure Cost & Convenience:
As with all fuels, cost and convenience in use will determine it success. The H2IL Ion Accelerator is an attractive solution to the many obstacles surrounding green hydrogen.
Some factors to consider:
Green hydrogen from conventional electrolysis is very energy intensive. To produce just 25% of the worlds future hydrogen energy demand, (excluding industrial applications) around 31,320TWh of electricity would be required to power standard electrolyzers. This is more electricity than is currently generated worldwide from ALL sources combined.
One may argue that this will self-rectify as renewables reduce in cost and more farms are installed. However, energy demand will increase into the future as our reliance on fossil fuels reduces. Statistics indicate that electrification of the transport sector will place a huge demand on existing grids and energy infrastructure.
In addition, the tremendous power draw by conventional electrolyzers require placement as close as possible to the energy source. Most renewables are strategically positioned miles away from end consumption and distribution requiring complex storage and transportation or pipeline infrastructure. Conventional electrolyzers don't like intermittent power supply typical of renewables. Their performance and life-span are shortened. All this adds to costs, inconvenience and compliance approvals.
The H2IL technology provides solutions:
Over 50 times more efficient than conventional large scale electrolyzers means much lower power demand, or much higher production for the given renewable energy infrastructure. The power demand reduced with upscale but consider this benchmark example.
A 24 cubic meter cell (3x4 meter footprint) would produce 29kg/h (250 tones per year) consuming just 19kWh of electricity. Compare this to 1,450kWh power demand from conventional electrolyzers. Alternatively the production output for 1,450kWh of power would be 2204kg/h (19 million tons per year). These numbers increase on a logarithmic scale as the cell (or number of cells) increase and the surface area of galvanic energy becomes larger.
An application where grid power is driving the electrolyzer can be located at any point on the existing grid. Installed right at point of gas distribution or consumption.
This is workable because the current draw in Amps to power the Ion Accelerator is exceptionally low. For example the 24 cubic meter cell requiring 19kWh of electricity, demands around 80 Amps of current draw at 240 Volts, compared to 18,000 Amps at 80 Volts for conventional electrolyzers. The current draw, rather than voltage, is what taxes the power grid. Conventional methods will require larger size cabling and a complete multibillion dollar grid upgrade.
An application where less than 5% of the hydrogen produced, feeds back into a fuel cell to self-power the Ion Accelerator. Enabling self-sustaining production and eliminates the complex supply chain of gas storage and transportation.
Hydrogen presents unique issues when it comes to high volume storage. Also standard gas pipelines are not usually hydrogen ready. The ability to produce hydrogen on-site, at any location without grid power, opens doors to many possibilities including microgrids and fuel supply in remote locations.
In addition, the flexibility of scale enables thousands of self-sustaining, small scale hydrogen supply outlets and microgrid power generation facilities to be installed. Above or below ground, roadside, parks and reserve, fuel stations, parking lots, even home installations with little land usage. Installations in small locations where other fuel based power supply generators are not able to accomplish. See more in the Applications section.
The flip side of the convenience coin.
The H2IL technology requires frequent galvanic rod exchange. This process is carried out every 71 days on average depending on the load requirements and scale. Larger installations that require less input power per kg/H2, will consume less internal galvanic metals, hence a longer service period. The exchange process is a one-man operation taking less than 3 hours for a one cubic meter cell. The galvanic metal rods calculate to $0.34 per kg of hydrogen produced and are much easier and cost efficitive to transport and store than hydrogen. (Comparison Chart)
Conventional electrolyzers and renewable energies require some level of maintenance, so this is not considered a labor intensive solution, especially in light of all the advantages highlighted above.
Worldwide Energy Potential:
H2 Innovation Lab is offering the acquisition of a fully patented energy based technology that opens doors to possibilities once considered impossible. An international network of self-sustaining, on-site Hydrogen production facilities to:
Support a trending transition from petrol and diesel over to hydrogen fueled transportation.
Micro power generation. The ability to scatter 5 to 50kWh power generators at any location throughout the grid and sell power back to the grid 24/7 in all weather conditions including peak hours.
Support EV transportation with micro electricity generation charging stations.
A method of replacing the coal, oil or natural gas burners in fossil fuel stations to hydrogen fueled burners without much infrastructure change.
A renewable energy storage method at any location on the grid to eliminate pipeline and transportation.
A means of fueling marine vessels by the very substance they are floating on.
Because hydrogen is the main building block of most chemicals including oil, a technology that produced hydrogen efficiently is considered to be bigger than the discovery of oil.
A potential multi-trillion dollar energy network of generation stations installed and owned by an energy supplier who would charge for fuel and energy consumption much the same as current power and fuel suppliers. The H2IL Galvanic Enhanced Electrolysis technology is fully developed over a 14 year period with confidential I/P supporting the secured intellectual property for a robust technology acquisition.
To secure a successful rollout of this game-changing, highly disruptive technology, H2IL is focused on technology acquisition rather than in-house manufacturing.
Validation testing and reports are complete and the final stage (self-powering 5kWh microgrid power station ready for commercialisation) will be completed in 2022 for demonstration and news publicity. Patents in all major countries (and many others) are in place along with extensive hidden IP to support technology security.
Our objective is to assign the technology to a major multinational company (or group thereof) with the financial strength and international presence to take it to the next level. The transfer will include patents, blueprints, working prototype ready for commercialisation and most valuable is the extensive hidden intellectual property.
H2IL is not developing an investor portfolio or moving forward with production of the equipment! H2IL is self-funded and is not creating any appearance of fraud by taking revenue or donations from the public, or applying for government support.
Who Is H2IL:
'H2 Innovation Lab' (H2IL) is a subsidiary R&D branch of a manufacturing and exporting company based in Auckland New Zealand. Since 1996 the parent company had successfully patented and exported specialised electronic analytical equipment into 71 major countries. Receiving product and leadership awards, hosting international seminars and popular presence at trade shows throughout the world. Since 1980 this innovative research and development company have been dedicated to providing solutions to many technical challenges.
The Galvanic Enhanced Electrolyzer (G.E.E.) project has been one of the biggest challenges with input from over 70 personnel all specialised in their field of expertise. As of 2019 the R&D project received 14 years of R&D. 97,000 man hours and over $17m self-funded investment with the goal of achieving an abundant clean, safe energy. We recognise that hydrogen is the ultimate fuel in addition to being the building block of most chemicals.
Validation testing and reports are completed. The next stage is a self-powering 5 to 10kWh microgrid power station. Please refer to the Projects page for timeframes. Patents in all major countries, and many others, are fully granted with extensive hidden IP to support technology security.
H2IL is focused on technology acquisition rather than in-house manufacturing. To secure a successful rollout of this game-changing - highly disruptive technology, it needs to be in the hands of the right corporation (or group thereof) to establish an international energy supply network. We have open dialogue with many major corporations and are continuing to taking expressions of interest in acquisition. Strategic planning and risk management suggests the parent company and all personal remain discreet due to the nature of this highly disruptive technology.