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VIDEO – HPQ Silicon Development Agreement With Apollon Solar Expands Into Producing HYDROGEN, With Samples To French Military By December

posted on Sep 18, 2020 03:37PM

When a CEO puts this quote in a press release, you have to take it seriously, especially when his two technology partners helping deliver on it are world renowned:

“Since 2017, our collaboration with Apollon has enabled us to benefit from their world-renowned expertise with high value-added Silicon applications.  The addition of manufacturing hydrogen by hydrolysis to our collaboration opens up a new and unique business opportunity that could represent a second multibillion-dollar addressable market for the PUREVAPTM Nano Silicon (Si) Reactor (“NSiR”) nanopowders.

HYDROGEN BY HYDROLYSIS

Two technologies that could deliver vehicles with zero emissions are battery-electric powertrains and hydrogen fuel cells. HPQ is already on the road to becoming an electric battery player, with 2 NDA’s signed in the space – and now will be ready to start sending samples of its nano silicon powders to manufacture Hydrogen by hydrolysis, which is: 

“Getting porous silicon nano powders to react with water “H2O” and thereby releasing significant quantities of Hydrogen ” H2  “.

For decades, hydrogen was presumed to be “the fuel of the future,” with electric cars limited to the niche of small, short-range urban cars – but hasn’t been able to deliver due to too many issues to mention here with fuel cells.  Hydrogen by Hydrolysis is a great alternative but cost prohibitive due to the costs of porous silicon nano powders + power generation inefficiencies …. until now.

Enter HPQ Silicon.  

HPQ Silicon is so confident it can solve this problem that it will have samples of its powders ready for delivery to Apollon Solar and the French Military for testing by December.

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