Welcome to H2 Energy Group
Our Hydrogen production technology uses completely sustainable and renewable biomass to produce the world’s lowest-cost, green Hydrogen. H2EG wants to bring our unique Hydrogen production technology to the world and help transition our economies away from fossil fuels to achieve a net-zero energy system.
While most Hydrogen produced today (about 96%) is derived from fossil fuels that pollute our environment, H2EG uses renewable biomass to produce Hydrogen fuel with zero emissions. That is truly sustainable green Hydrogen production!
The Future of Hydrogen Power, Available Today
H2EG’s scalable and modular High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis technology uses sustainable and renewable biomass to produce Hydrogen-rich syngas at an unbeatable cost, bringing affordable, green Hydrogen power to the world.
H2EG is at the forefront of the Hydrogen power revolution! We now offer sustainable and renewable Hydrogen as low as $3.75 per kilogram on a 10 year take-or-pay contract to our AA Credit Partners.
Our primary focus has been on the transportation industry, specifically targeting medium and heavy duty fuel cell vehicles. However, H2EG is actively pursuing customers in all industries.
Our Facility Expansion Plan Map
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1. Redding, CA
|2. Knoxville, TN||3. Cleveland, OH|
|Retail Locations||1a. Redding, CA
1b. Medford, OR
1c. Firebaugh, CA
1d. Carlsbad, CA
1e. Everett, WA
|2a. Knoxville, TN
2b. Atlanta, GA
2c. Charlotte, NC
2d. Birmingham, AL
2e. Nashville, TN
3a. Cleveland, OH
3b. Chicago, IL
3c. Lexington, KY
3d. Rochester, NY
3e. Charleston, WV
4. Washington, DC
|5. St. Louis, MO||6. Las Vegas, NV|
4a. Alexandria, VA
4b. Jersey City, NJ
4c. Portland, ME
4d. Richmond, VA
4e. Raleigh, NC
|5a. St. Louis, MO
5b. Kansas City, MO
5c. Indianapolis, IN
5d. Witchita, KS
5e. Des Moines, IA
6a. Las Vegas, NV
6b. Sulphurdale, UT
6c. Flagstaff, AZ
6d. Phoenix, AZ
6e. Long Beach, CA
7. Salt Lake City, UT
|8. Albuquerque, NM||9. Fort Smith, AR|
7a. Salt Lake City, UT
7b. Boise, ID
7c. Battle Mountain, NV
7d. Pocatello, ID
7e. Grand Junction, CO
|8a. Albuquerque, NM
8b. Las Cruces, NM
8c. Trinidad, CO
8d. Amarillo, TX
9a. Fort Smith, AR
9b. Little Rock, AR
9c. Oklahoma City, OK
9d. Joplin, MO
9e. Jackson, TN
10. Ogalalla, NE
10a. Ogalalla, NE
10b. Denver, CO
10c. Cheyenne, WY
10d. Colby, KS
Our High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis tech is modular and scalable, allowing us to bring energy anywhere in the world woody biomass can be found, including remote locations without access to energy grids.
H2EG's Hydrogen Economy Vision
H2EG’s scalable and modular High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis technology uses sustainable and renewable woody biomass to produce Hydrogen-rich syngas at an unbeatable cost, bringing affordable, Green Hydrogen power to the world.
Our exclusive High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis technology uses biomass to efficiently produce a Hydrogen-rich syngas that is completely sustainable and renewable.
H2EG's High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis Technology
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H2EG’s High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis technology exposes sustainable and renewable biomass to extremely high temperatures without oxygen, producing syngas, solid bio-char, and liquid pyroligneous acid. H2EG’s technology specifically produces a Hydrogen-rich syngas (40% H2, 40% CO, 10% CH4, 10% CO2).
The efficiencies of our High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis System give H2EG the ability to produce Hydrogen at roughly 25% of the cost of solar or wind electrolysis, and slightly less than the cost of the much dirtier and far more prevalent “gray” Hydrogen, which is made using fossil fuels. Other Hydrogen production methods, like wind and solar electrolysis, are inherently discontinuous production methods and suffer from inefficient electrolysis technology, while H2EG’s technology produces electricity continuously and using a far more efficient fast pyrolysis method.
H2EG’s proprietary High-Yield Fast Pyrolysis System is modular by design and infinitely scalable. This allows us to meet energy needs anywhere in the world where biomass can be found, including remote locations without access to energy grids, like stand alone and off-grid projects. Our modular design allows us to scale to meet a potential project’s growth requirement by simply adding additional units to increase our production.
While the market is growing rapidly, we recognize that there will be a short term need for scalable infrastructure solutions. In Northern California, there is not sufficient demand for the output of our smallest Hydrogen production facility. As with any transition there is seemingly always a “chicken or egg” scenario that we must confront. It is our belief that establishing a production facility in Northern California will ultimately result in a significant first-mover advantage in the Hydrogen-for-transportation business model.
We can use a variety of sources of biomass to produce our Green Hydrogen, from trees to grasses to agricultural residuals.
So what is biomass, anyway?
Humans have used biomass as a natural energy source for thousands of years. In the energy industry, biomass is any renewable, organic material that comes from plants and animals, used as fuel to produce electricity or heat. “Biomass,” as a category, covers a broad range of materials, but can include agricultural wastes like manure, plant stalks, and straw; wood manufacturing wastes like sawdust or bark; municipal solid waste like landfill-destined garbage; or trees and grasses, either as residue from industry, such as prunings, tree removals, or from purpose-farmed eucalyptus trees, bamboo, and switchgrasses.
Biomass is plant material obtained from trees and grasses. This may include trees and grasses removed through land management harvests; non-timber tree removal like unwanted or dead trees on developed land; dedicated forests of fast-growing trees or farms of bamboo and grasses intended specifically for biomass markets; or residues from agricultural industries.
Using biomass for energy production offers many long-term environmental benefits and H2EG believes that it is the only truly sustainable and renewable energy source available today. Biomass is particularly beneficial as a fuel source because, in addition to being a renewable resource, it is carbon neutral, doesn’t compete with agricultural food growth, and can reduce wildfire hazards. It can be harvested from existing forests or tall grasslands without adding pressure to natural ecosystems. We can even harvest woody biomass without cutting down mature trees! Best of all, in using biomass as a fuel source, nearly all of the carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere through photosynthesis during the plant’s life returns to the soil as bio-char, which helps offset your carbon emissions.
This sustainable and renewable resource reduces our dependence on fossil sources of energy and, when converted to Hydrogen with H2EG’s technology, can ultimately provide a continuous and cost-effective source of electricity.
H2EG serves clients in North America, Western Europe, UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan, and are constantly expanding our availability!