Standard Hydrogen | Technology


Hydrogen will simultaneously reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and other pollutants while providing a clean source of energy.1

Garbage goes in, hydrogen comes out.

Is it really that simple?

Yes, it is.

We have developed a system that converts a wide range of garbage (plastics, woods, tires, papers) into clean and efficient hydrogen.

Current methods for producing hydrogen require too much time, energy, and resources to be cost-effective. These techniques include electrolysis of water and steam reformation of methane, natural gas, or syngas.

We have developed a patented, straightforward process that efficiently splits hydrogen sulfide into high-purity hydrogen and sulfur. This new and proven science will impact the world by cutting the cost of hydrogen and making this environmentally friendly source of energy available everywhere.

True Colors

“Clean hydrogen will play a key role in the world’s transition to a sustainable energy future.”2

Gray Hydrogen

Requiring natural gas and fossil fuels, gray hydrogen accounts for the majority of the world’s hydrogen supply, but the process releases greenhouse gases.

Blue Hydrogen

Blue hydrogen meets the low-carbon threshold but relies on nonrenewable energy sources.

Green Hydrogen

Generated from sources which don’t pollute, such as solar and wind, green hydrogen meets the low-carbon threshold but is expensive to produce.


The hydrogen we produce from garbage is similar to green hydrogen (zero-emissions). However, we take things one step further. We call it white hydrogen because our process actually cleans the environment as it produces hydrogen.

The hydrogen we produce will actively create a healthier planet while offering an affordable source of zero-emissions energy.

Once hydrogen costs are reduced, global demand is projected to reach 275 million metric tons per year by 2050.3

The Obvious Source of Energy

As the lightest—and most abundant—of all the elements, a hydrogen atom is simply a single proton in a nucleus with a single electron orbiting the nucleus.

Despite its size, hydrogen is a desirable alternative to fossil fuels because it is three times as energy-dense as gasoline. In fact, hydrogen has a higher energy content than any of the fuels we use today. By eliminating the high cost of producing hydrogen, we are increasing the value of a cleaner and more efficient source of energy.