Bad News: Green Hydrogen Is DEAD

Written By Luke Sweeney

Posted January 3, 2023

Humanity is putting all its eggs into one leaky, inefficient, and potentially explosive basket. 

Hydrogen is not going to save the world from carbon emissions. For decades now, it’s been an elusive prize for engineers seeking an ideal green fuel source for hard-to-electrify industries like steel, chemical refining, and shipping.

But in reality, it’s hard to imagine a fuel that would be worse than hydrogen in this case. 

It’s incredibly explosive, has a low enough density to seep through the smallest cracks, and it damages pipelines from the inside out. 

Humanity has been fascinated by hydrogen as a fuel source for as long as I can remember — with very little success. The fabled hydrogen car that emits only water has recently entered commercialization with very limited success, but it does exist. 

Sadly, I’m not confident hydrogen will amount to much more than that. The laws of physics and chemistry simply forbid it from replacing dense fuels like diesel and gasoline. 

But what if hydrogen itself could be tweaked? 

What if by adding a few strategically placed chemical additives, you could create something greater? 

It would open the door to a new era of carbon-free fuel in some of the world’s dirtiest industries.

The Next Evolution of Hydrogen Fuel?

Hydrogen in its natural state bonds to itself to create H2. All the gaseous hydrogen that we use comes in this form. 

Since hydrogen is the lightest element on the periodic table, this H2 is physically incapable of adding more mass. Its simple chemical structure also makes it incredibly flammable. 

Therein lies the main issue with hydrogen as a fuel: not enough power, too much risk. 

But what if we could add a “backbone” of sorts to this simple hydrogen molecule? 

By allowing multiple hydrogen atoms to bond with a larger supporting atom, you can theoretically cram more energy-storing hydrogen bonds into the same space. 

It’s the Holy Grail of green fuel production for a number of reasons. And so far, very few research teams have managed to get it working. 

This bleeding-edge science could almost immediately become the new gold standard of green fuel. And as usual, the establishment isn't talking about it. 

I mean, why would it? This is the type of discovery that could knock fossil fuels out of the competition. 

If I had billions of dollars wrapped up in oil and gas investments, I’d be terrified right now. 

Get a Glimpse of the ONLY Companies Making This Work

Just about everyone in the green energy sector has at least one small division tackling the elusive perfect green fuel. 

But out of the dozens of potentially promising companies, only two have managed to stand out. 

These startlingly tiny operations have managed to create simple, efficient machines that “upgrade” hydrogen into something more stable, energy-dense, and safe to transport. 

It sounds like some sort of sci-fi plotline, but I assure you it’s very real. These companies are both developing a solution that will be used in every corner of the world very soon. 

The mainstream media are either ignoring the idea or touting it as a solution that could be here in a few decades. 

That’s not the time frame I’m expecting. Based on the recent success reported by company insiders, we could see this technology go global within as little as a few months. 

And as always, that means there is no time for investors like us to wait around. 

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