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Japan hopes to have 800,000 hydrogen-powered vehicles1 sold by 2030. Hydrogen-powered buses can drive over 310 miles on a full tank, while EV buses are limited to a range of 124 miles.

FUELING THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY

By giving people reliability and convenience, Standard H2 is helping automobiles, buses, heavy transport, and trains accelerate the transition from fossil fuels while significantly reducing the world's CO2emissions. Conventional plug-in electric vehicles require long periods of charging time. One of hydrogen's most significant advantages is the ability to be pumped like gasoline to power an electric motor. Quick hydrogen refills will make more people consider adopting a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle.

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Cutting Costs

California expects to have 200 hydrogen fueling stations by 2025.

Hydrogen fueling stations charge as much as $16 per kilogram. As a result, consumers pay nearly $100 to fill up a six-kilogram fuel tank with hydrogen.

With Standard H2's low-cost processes, we're targeting $4 per kilogram

On the Road

According to JP Morgan, the world can expect to have 25 million hybrid-electric vehicles5 by 2025, and the figure represents a multibillion-dollar opportunity for the hydrogen-fuel industry.

In the US alone, there are nearly 330 million households. With each home owning an average of 1.9 vehicles, we could have over 250 million hydrogen-powered electric cars in America by 2035. Include the rest of the world, and we're looking at a market exceeding $1 trillion just for fuel.

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Powering Our Lives

In addition to the automotive and other transportation industries, hydrogen can provide zero-emission power to electrical grids. The white hydrogen we produce will play a significant role in the future of domestic and foreign commercial electrification.

By 2045, Los Angeles claims it will decarbonize its power grid by generating the city's electricity via 100% hydrogen-powered turbines.

In South Korea, the government has announced a "hydrogen model city" initiative to send clean electricity to offices and households.

In the Air

The aviation industry is responsible for nearly 5% 8 of global greenhouse gases.

With new electric-powered prop planes 9 on the horizon, travel between the future cities will use low-cost, environmentally friendly hydrogen fuel cells. Unlike batteries, which lose their ability to hold a full charge over time, hydrogen fuel cells deliver consistent power to electric motors.

In the Air

The aviation industry is responsible for nearly 5% 8 of global greenhouse gases.

With new electric-powered prop planes 9 on the horizon, travel between the future cities will use low-cost, environmentally friendly hydrogen fuel cells. Unlike batteries, which lose their ability to hold a full charge over time, hydrogen fuel cells deliver consistent power to electric motors.

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Over the Sea

"If all the ships on earth were a single country, that country would be the sixth-largest polluter in the world."

As we described on our Environmentally Friendly page, ocean gyres are growing garbage piles at an alarming rate, containing over five trillion particles of plastic. The obvious solution is to dispatch a fleet of ships to remove the waste materials. However, this introduces two major problems:

  • What would we do with the recovered garbage?
  • The ships themselves will require significant fossil-fuel resources, which generate immense CO2 emissions.
Container Cargo Ship

Standard H2 has a solution to clean up ocean gyres while addressing both of these dilemmas:

  • Our patented technique transforms garbage (plastics, tires, wood, and paper) into low-cost, efficient, and storable hydrogen.
  • The vessels themselves would run on the high-purity hydrogen which they produce. In addition to eliminating tons of carbon from the atmosphere, this self-sufficient model means each ship would return to shore with valuable wholesale hydrogen to offset the cost of each operation.

ON THE LAND

America makes up 4% of the global population, and however, we produce 12% of the world's municipal solid waste.

We only recycle 35% of the garbage we produce in the US, and what doesn't make it into municipal landfills is littering the ground, rivers, and oceans.

Standard H2 helps waste management reduce landfill debris (plastic, paper, tires, wood) while introducing a new revenue stream. We will charge landfill operators a minimal per pound fee for their garbage and turn the waste material into valuable hydrogen. Waste management companies can realize a profit without consuming valuable land resources.

WELCOMING THE FUTURE

Hyundai's Nexo, the world's first production fuel-cell SUV, is available now in California. In addition to a host of cutting-edge gadgets and functions, it can travel 380 miles on a single tank of hydrogen. Filling the tank currently costs consumers approximately $100.

By reducing the fill-up cost to $30, Standard H2 will lead the dramatic shift in how the world views hydrogen-powered electric vehicles. And it's only the beginning.