HyperSolar, Inc. has developed a new low-cost manufacturing process to produce hydrogen fuel from sunlight. The HyperSolar technology is based on technology that mimics artificial photosynthesis, requiring only sunlight to separate water from hydrogen.
This breakthrough in the manufacturing process represents an important milestone in the path to commercialization for the HyperSolar technology.
“This breakthrough within the manufacturing process strengthens the Company’s key objectives of driving down cost while improving efficiency,” said Tim Young, CEO of HyperSolar. “The largest obstacles in the hydrogen fuel sector are widely associated with production costs that will result in expensive barrier to entry for commercial and consumer use. We believe that our simple, low-cost techniques will move us closer to a renewable hydrogen-energy driven economy. By addressing the fundamentals of production, HyperSolar has taken a great leap forward as a potential solution for producing renewable hydrogen at or near the point of distribution.”
Tracey is an accountant and entrepreneur with a passion for nature. This passion is what spurred her interest in renewable energy, and the rest is history as they say. Tracey is a principal in Energy Think Group, the publisher of Solar Thermal Magazine and Tek-Think. She is also the principal at Women's Financial Help Desk. She spends her free time in the outdoors with her horses and dogs. She loves to travel.