“Clear hydrogen is produced by extracting hydrogen from water, like green hydrogen, but rather than using electrolysis to “zap” the hydrogen away from the oxygen, a new technology does so using water that is subjected to external influences coupled with extremely rapid variations in pressure, temperature and motion. There is no heat, and more importantly, no carbon used or generated in the process.
This allows for hydrogen production at significantly reduced cost, without the carbon impact of conventional methods”
“Our newest commercial implementation in New Hampshire will be the world’s first power plant fueled by clean, economical Q Hydrogen. We will utilize the Q Hydrogen Generator, which will produce sufficient low-cost hydrogen to fuel the facility’s initial generating capacity of around seven megawatts. Someday, up to 100 megawatts may be generated at this facility on a total industrial footprint of approximately five acres”