Hydrogen is a chemical element, 14 times lighter than air, colour-/odourless, non-toxic and does not break down the ozone layer which is essential for human life. With a share of about 75 percent, a large part of the mass of our solar system consists of this gas.
It is a component of almost any organic compounds on earth and is in many respects the perfect fuel and raw material of the future.
As an energy carrier, it can be used in almost all energy-consuming areas – i.e. mobility, heat and electricity.
Therefore, hydrogen plays an indispensable role in the energy revolution. Unfortunately, hydrogen in its molecular form as H2 hardly occurs in nature.
It is mostly bound in water, H2O.
Up to now, sustainable hydrogen has been and is produced by electrolysis, by splitting water using regenerative electrical energy.
Infinite Fuels is taking a new path:
Hydrogen is also bound in the form of hydrocarbons!
For example, in waste wood, waste paper, fermentation residues from biogas plants, liquid manure or in plastic and packaging waste.
Hydrogen, which is literally lying on the road… as waste!