Anything that could save us 50% off of our daily expenses and bills is always a welcome addition to our personal and professional lives. A California-based startup, H2 Energy Renaissance recognises the call to further advance the technology for a clean, safe and affordable new fuel source that would benefit both the private sector and company owners alike; thus, leading to the development of the H2 Energy Renaissance, a hydrogen generator which utilizes breakthrough technology and is completely clean and safe, and has the ability to provide power (for electricity and fuel needs) 50 percent cheaper than fossil fuels.
“Our team worked together to develop a revolutionary technology that would benefit both mankind and the environment,” CEO and co-founder Kirill Gichunts said in a statement. “We prototyped and tested over seven models of Energy Renaissance to ensure our generator was safe and reliable for both consumer and industrial use. The technology is ready to be licensed today,” Gichunts added. “We need to market it for mass production. It would take about one year to start mass production from where we are right now.”
“The patented technology used to create H2 Energy Renaissance hydrogen generator is composed of a water solution, basic metals and a minute amount of electricity. When combined with oxygen, hydrogen turns into water when burned. In turn, H2 Energy Renaissance hydrogen generator and the hydrogen releases zero greenhouse gases, preventing harmful effects on both the environment and mankind. The technology by H2 Energy Renaissance has potential to reverse climate change,” explains Energy Renaissance via press release regarding their innovative hydrogen generator.
The generator is expected to be much cheaper than solar panels, which would also mean that buyers will have another great choice as a renewable energy source for their homes and businesses. In terms of pricing, the innovation by Energy Renaissance is expected to be yours to purchase at about $2,000 for a home unit and about $5,000 to $15,000 for larger units, according to Kirill Gichunts, CEO of H2 Energy Renaissance.