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UHL is launching Alpha H2 to provide a technology for reducing fuel costs

One of Alpha H2’s kits which can be retrofitted onto internal combustion engines.
Are you looking to reduce fuel costs?
United H2 Limited (UHL) is launching Alpha H2 Limited to sell retrofittable hydrogen injection kits, which can be connected to diesel or petrol internal combustion engines to reduce fuel costs by up to 20% and minimise your carbon footprint.
The kits use electrolysers to produce the hydrogen onboard and inject it into the engine to replace fuel usage & reduce emissions. Given the significant fuel savings, the units will help ease cost of living pressures and generate a return on investment for customers. 
Alpha H2 has received the first set of hydrogen injection systems for sale and will begin taking orders from next week.
The units can be used for all types of engines and applications, including trucks, boats, cars, generators, utes, vans and heavy machinery.
Please contact UHL now if you would like to secure an order.
Following the launch, Alpha H2 will begin aggressively selling the technology across Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and North America.
With a proven product, Alpha H2 intends to begin taking orders immediately and is already in discussions with potential customers.
With rising fuel costs creating significant challenges for the transport industry, which is adding to the overall cost of living pressures, UHL believes there is a substantial market for this technology as it provides a right now solution for both OPEX and emission reduction.
Alpha H2 is already in talks with potential customers and is seeking global distribution and installation partners so it can continue to build out a large order book of customers.
UHL is excited to bring Alpha H2 Limited into the global conglomerate made up of 37 projects and companies.

Technical highlights:

  • Reduces fuel/costs by up to 20%, exhaust emissions by up to 50%, improves a vehicle’s power by up to 25% and can significantly reduce carbon emissions.
  • Lowering exhaust emissions will reduce air pollution while extending an engine’s life and reducing maintenance costs as fewer dirty particulates are going through it.
  • Targeting heavy diesel vehicles, such as trucks, buses, cement trucks, vans, utes, and waste collection vehicles, while also focusing on stationary engines such as generators or mining equipment.

Envirnomental benfits:

  • With diesel being the most consumed fuel in the UK in 2022, totalling 29,551 million litres, Alpha H2’s technology could stop 1.596 million tonnes of CO2 from being emitted into the atmosphere.
  • In 2020, Australia consumed 28.5 billion litres of diesel, meaning this technology has the potential to save up to 5.7 billion litres annually and stop 15.39 billion kilograms of carbon from being emitted into the atmosphere.

Market conditions are strong for Alpha H2:

  • The costs of running a single truck are almost completely outweighing any profit as petrol prices surged by 9.1 per cent in August, with many in the industry now weighing up their future as they struggled to pass on costs.
  • New Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data recently released revealed automotive fuels had increased close to 14 per cent in the 12 months to August, driving the monthly CPI indicator up to 5.2 per cent.
  • Major retailers cite increasing transport costs as a contributor to higher food prices.
  • Growing demand for this technology as fuel-intensive companies are struggling to keep up with the increased cost of fuel, which is having a trickle-down effect on the global economy and creating cost of living pressures.
Stay tuned for more details on this exciting project, and please contact UHL if you would like to get involved or want to purchase a unit.

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