Hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth. It is really the natures fuel. Hydrogen fuel is a zero-emission fuel which uses electrochemical cells, or combustion in internal engines, to power vehicles and electric devices. It is also used in the propulsion of spacecraft and can potentially be mass-produced and commercialized for passenger vehicles and aircraft. Since hydrogen gas is so light, it rises in the atmosphere and is therefore rarely found in its pure form, in a flame of pure hydrogen gas, burning in air, the hydrogen (H2) reacts with oxygen (O2) to form water (H2O) and releases heat. The energy can be delivered to fuel cells and generate electricity and heat, or burned to run a combustion engine. In each case hydrogen is combined with oxygen to form water. The heat in a hydrogen flame is a radiant emission from the newly formed water molecules. The water molecules are in an excited state on initial formation and then transition to a ground state; the transition unleashing thermal radiation.
When burning in air, the temperature is roughly 2000°C. Historically, carbon has literally been the carrier of hydrogen as more hydrogen is packed in fossil fuels than pure liquid hydrogen of the same amount. The carbon atoms have classic storage capabilities and also adds more energy output when burned with hydrogen. Combustion heat enables hydrogen to act as a fuel. Nevertheless, hydrogen is an energy carrier, like electricity, not an energy resource because pure hydrogen does not occur naturally on earth in large quantities, it has to be manufactured. Lavoisier Fuel Cell technology is a cost effective way of augmenting fuel to any internal combustion engine, enabling users to economize, gain extra power and also lower emissions. It is a benefits all. Lavoisier Energy’s technology enables gas on demand without storage. The fuel cell produces gas when the engine runs and stops producing when the engine is shut off. Lavoisier Energy Fuel Cell is the best and safest green option available.

Lavoisier  Inverse Alkaline  Fuel cells, just like alkaline based batteries, are reliable performers that can be built cost effectively from down-to-earth materials –  plastic, base metals; they use electrolyte, start instantly and perform even in deep subzero temperatures. They do not depend on expensive platinum catalyst. And one of the alkaline cell problems often quoted by their detractors – their limited tolerance to heat– has been solved by engineers many times over.

A total advantage for the user, the engine, ecology and the nation by reduction in per capita fossil fuel consumption.