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Blanch Hydrogen Production and Supply

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A hydrogen plant is a type of gas plant. Gas plants take gasses and turn them into a useable form. Many of these plants liquefy gasses such as hydrogen and oxygen and also purify them so that they can be used as fuels.

Hydrogen is a nonrenewable source of energy when used for nuclear fusion (which is still not a technologically attainable power generation mechanism).

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When used as an energy carrier for oxidation (e.g. fuel cell, and internal combustion engine) hydrogen is not an energy source. In such applications, hydrogen is a man-made resource.

What is Fossil Fuel Reforming? It is a method of producing Hydrogen or other useful products from Fossil Fuels such as natural gas. This is achieved in a processing device called a reformer which reacts steam at high temperature with the Fossil Fuel. The steam methane reformer is widely used in industry to make Hydrogen.

Why Hydrogen is the future? The most common isotope of Hydrogen is Protium. Hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant chemical element, constituting roughly 75% of the Universe's chemical elemental mass. Hydrogen is the simplest and most common element here on earth, and indeed in the entire universe. Despite its simplicity and abundance, Hydrogen doesn't occur naturally as a gas on the Earth—it is always combined with other elements. Water, for example, is a combination of hydrogen and oxygen (H2O). Hydrogen is often called the perfect fuel. Hydrogen is high in energy, and can be burned in engines with almost no pollution. We are taking the neccessary steps for Protium Energy.