Hydrogen

Hydrogen is extremely versatile, and can be transformed into electricity, used as a fuel for transportation and has many various other industrial applications. It is also the most abundant and lightest element in the universe and has the highest energy content of all common fuels by weight.

The vast majority of industrial hydrogen produced today is produced from steam methane reformation (SMR) which breaks apart natural gas to release hydrogen, creating significant greenhouse gas emissions. The second most popular production method is electrolysis which electrically breaks water molecules into their principal elements (H2 and O) but requires both a lot of electricity and clean water.

Raven turns biomass, municipal solid waste, bio-solids, industrial, sewer and medical waste, and methane into emissions-free, 99.999% pure, clean hydrogen through our patented Steam/CO2 Reforming process.

The Raven system offers the best overall economic and environmental benefits for waste generators and processors, while also offering the most favorable economics. Our technology eliminates negative environmental impacts associated with other types of hydrogen production, while also offering an environmentally sustainable alternative to the incineration and landfilling of waste.

Raven Hydrogen

99.999% pure

Raven produces hydrogen fuel compliant with SAE J2719 (the international specification of hydrogen fuel cells) that is 99.999% pure.

Clean hydrogen

Raven takes waste destined for landfill or incineration and produces emissions-free, clean hydrogen.

Profitable

The Raven system offers the most favorable economics of any steam reforming system processing biomass into fuels.

Raven advantage

Less electricity

Uses less per kilogram of hydrogen than other electrolysis, plasma gasification and microwave plasma.

Less water

Uses less clean water than electrolysis and processes waste wet as naturally found in landfills without drying.

Creates fewer process emissions

Because Raven is non-combustion, dangerous emissions (NOx, SOx, PMs, etc.) are avoided.

Divert waste

Keeps waste out of landfills and reduces greenhouse emissions that come from decomposing organic waste.

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