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Alpha H2 completes third-party testing of its hydrogen injection system

Alpha H2 has completed third-party testing of its hydrogen injection system which can be attached to diesel and petrol internal combustion engines (ICEs) to reduce fuel usage and emissions.

The results of these recent tests align with previous tests undertaken and reinforce the efficacy of the technology available.

The technology produces on-demand hydrogen which improves the combustion efficiency of ICEs, delivering reduced fuel usage and carbon emissions:

  • 20% reduction in fuel usage.
  • 13% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.
  • 16% reduction in HC emissions.

The technology provides owners of ICEs with swift access to cost savings and emissions reductions.

As an example, Australian vehicle fuel use from ABS shows 16 gigalitres of petrol and 16 gigalitres of diesel were consumed in 12 months to June 30 2020. The value of the cost savings alone is significant for every vehicle owner, but particularly owners of large fleets of vehicles and machinery.

Since launching in October 2023, Alpha H2 has received $15m in order interest from transport, mining and construction operators across Australia, the Middle East, the Americas, and Europe.

The Company is currently progressing towards its first trials with truck companies in Australia.

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