two Hydrostik cartridges
The Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies HYDROFILL can be driven by a solar panel, essentially creating free energy from the sun and water
The Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies HYDROFILL front view
The Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies HYDROFILL
The Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies HYDROFILL and two Hydrostik cartridges
Singaporean company Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies will release a small home hydrogen refueling and storage solution at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas later this week that could kickstart mankind’s transition to a hydrogen-based economy. The HYDROFILL is a small desktop device that plugs into the power supply, a solar panel or a small wind turbine, and automatically extracts hydrogen from its water tank and stores it in a solid form in small refillable cartridges. The cartridges contain metallic alloys that absorb hydrogen into their crystalline structure, a storage method which the company claims offers the highest volumetric energy density of any form of hydrogen storage, even higher than liquid hydrogen.
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