Sustainable Innovations' high efficiency, electrochemical hydrogen compressor will be integrated with Greenway Energy's metal hydride compressor, which leverages advanced technology previously developed at the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River National Laboratory. "We believe that this breakthrough integrated system approach leverages the unique high-reliability attributes of each technology to create a long-awaited solution for the hydrogen fueling industry," says Dr. Scott Greenway, President of Greenway Energy. "Our hydrogen compression solution is scalable to meet the current and projected needs for commercial fueling stations, will save consumers money, and serves as a keystone in addressing climate change," added Dr. Molter.
Sustainable Innovations' project is funded through a sub-award from the United States Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), arising from the Company's rich hydrogen technology heritage. This project complements Sustainable Innovations' concurrent efforts to develop a hydrogen impurity sensor for vehicular fueling, and its H2RENEW™ hydrogen recycling system for metals, glass and semiconductor processing.
About Sustainable Innovations: Sustainable Innovations is fueled by a vision to create a paradigm shift in the way the world uses energy. Led by its founder, Dr. Trent Molter, SI represents over three decades of innovation in the waste and energy industry. From hydrogen renewal systems to long term energy storage products, SI develops and manufactures innovative clean energy products that deliver breakthrough efficiency and are socially responsible, to the economic benefit of companies and the ongoing sustainability of the world.
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