H24US is a disruptive green hydrogen
membrane technology that can be "zero carbon" when created with renewable hydrogen technologies including wind, solar and biomass technologies. H24US technology does not rely on precious metals or other expensive materials and uses a simple, low energy usage method to separate and concentrate hydrogen.


One of the greatest barriers any industry faces is cost. Competitors using conventional methods of separating and concentrating hydrogen use lots of energy, bulky equipment and costly precious metal such as platinum or palladium in membranes. All of these things make H2 adoption very expensive. Add to this the cost and challenge of new infrastructure for storage/delivery and final carbon footprint.

H24US' new membrane and DeBlending Units (DBU) technology helps overcome these costly barriers.

  • H24US process does not require any energy as it only requires a low pressure differential in which to separate hydrogen from gas streams.
  • H24US uses small inexpensive DeBlending Units (DBU) that hold the membranes which help separate and concentrate the hydrogen. DBUs can be used independently or fixed into an array and can be easily adapted to fit various equipment and existing infrastructure such as gasses from biological and industrial byproducts, biomass gasification systems, natural gas pipelines, Fuel Cell Vehicle filling stations and hydrogen powered home and office buildings.
  • H24US' membranes do not use any expensive precious metals making them very affordable at a fraction of the cost of existing competitors membranes.
  • In addition to the DBU and membrane technology, H24US plans to use a hydrogen storage technology similar to that of Hydrostikpro which safely stores hydrogen by binding the hydrogen with a metal alloy to form a solid metal hydride making it easily retrievable with less cost and less loss than battery type storage.

H24US flexible, adaptable and low cost technology positions H24US as a potential Hydrogen Industry leader and innovator that can drastically lower the cost of hydrogen production and help speed up mainstream adoption of hydrogen energy.

How Clean is Hydrogen Energy?

There are three classifications to designate how clean/green hydrogen energy is:

GREEN HYDROGEN: For hydrogen energy to be classified as green and clean, it must be derived from clean renewable energy sources, not fossil fuels. Typically, green hydrogen is sourced from water which is electrolyzed to split it into hydrogen and oxygen (the big issue is that this uses lots of electricity and the membranes used for this typically use very expensive platinum or palladium metals which means very high CAPEX). H24US can separate hydrogen from streams of multiple gasses when hydrogen is included in the gas mixture

BLUE HYDROGEN: Blue Hydrogen comes from Steam Methane Reforming (SMR) with CCS, (carbon capturer & storage). H24US can lower cost by removing CO/CO2 via membranes

GRAY HYDROGEN: Gray Hydrogen is from Steam Methane Reforming (SMR), and Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA). Since there is no CCS, it is considered the dirtiest hydrogen

H24US Is Focused On Clean Hydrogen

H24US efforts are currently focused on Green and Blue hydrogen

The overall market opportunity for hydrogen is now projected at over $11 trillion


The CEO of SNAM predicts Green hydrogen prices will quickly,
over a five year period, drop to be competitive with fossil fuels.
This is comparable to the drop that was also experienced in the
Wind/Solar Markets