United H2 Limited (UHL) has begun targeting a planned North American listing.

Over the past three years, the world’s largest hydrogen conglomerate has generated $650m in market capitalisation across 11 hydrogen companies, with each starting from a valuation of zero.

UHL’s unique business model involves collaborating with technical partners to establish companies focused on developing technology for the rapidly expanding hydrogen sector.

With these partners, UHL actively builds and nurtures these businesses to generate substantial returns within a time frame of 18-24 months.

With these partners, UHL actively builds and nurtures these businesses to generate substantial returns within a time frame of 18-24 months.

Through this, UHL has had seven successful exits over the past 18 months, which delivered a $24m in cash return for shareholders.

Over the past 12-18 months, UHL has been the key driver behind the success of multiple renewable energy companies such as H2X Global, Infinite Green, Titan Hydrogen, Aviation H2, H2i Technology, Patriot Hydrogen, and Poseidon Marine H2.  

Given its proven track-record, UHL believes it is in a strong position to become the world’s first hydrogen unicorn and the market leader in a sector set to be worth US$201b by 2025.

Delivered multiple products to the rapidly
growing hydrogen market

Outside of accumulating monetary value, UHL has played a key role in bringing groundbreaking technologies to market, including:

The world’s first hydrogen ute.

Hydrogen-powered generators.

A fabricated waste-to-hydrogen unit.

A hydrogen injection system that reduces the emissions of diesel engines.

A lab-proven method for increasing the efficiency of fuel cells by 40-60%.

A digitised proof of concept for a marine technology that will allow boats to operate off diesel and hydrogen.

The Company is targeting the burgeoning hydrogen industry, as many experts view it as the most economically viable avenue to achieving net-zero goals.

Hydrogen has the ability to provide clean, reliable power to the grid, along with fuel for transport and stationary engines, such as the ones used to power mining sites, remote communities or construction sites.

Hence, it seems inevitable that hydrogen will ultimately become a major decarbonisation lever, with the potential to sustain the energy needs of the global economy.

With the natural resources available and a global reputation as a high-quality exporter, Australia is poised to lead the transition.

Due to a major influx of capital from both private and public investors, Australia now has the world’s largest pipeline of announced hydrogen projects, including 22 major projects worth up to $300b.

It has also been estimated that Australia could be exporting over one million tonnes per annum of hydrogen
by 2030, generating approximately $4b in annual revenue.

Nine advanced companies UHL will focus on:

H2X Global

Delivering hydrogen-powered trucks, utes, and buses to customers in 2023. The Company has recently secured a A$86m funding deal that will support the delivery of a US$300m order book and London Stock Exchange listing.

National H2

Plans to build 200-plus plastic-to-hydrogen plants across the APAC region via agreements with a publicly-listed technology partner along with a global conglomerate as the key project partner.

H2i Technology

Developed a patentable hydrogen injection technology for diesel engines. Currently manufacturing ten commercially ready units for field testing with potential customers across the steel manufacturing, agriculture, construction, mining and hospitality/tourism industries.

Aviation H2

Developing a patentable method for converting jet engines to hydrogen fuel. Currently finalising the development of its prototype turbine, which it will use as a proof of concept to convert a plane for a test flight in 2024.

Poseidon Marine H2

An independent consultant has provided a digitised proof of concept for its technology, which will allow boats to operate off multiple fuels, including hydrogen and diesel. Currently securing insurance certification from Bureau Veritas, a patent, and will soon begin building its prototype vessel.

Titan Hydrogen

Has completed lab-scale testing of its fuel cell technology, which results show has the potential to increase the efficiency of fuel cells by 40-60%. Once successful, the company will have a patented fuel cell technology that is best-in-class and overcomes the major cost-benefit challenges the industry faces.

Iconic EV

Developed a cutting-edge method for converting any pre-1996 vehicle to electric power, using Tesla batteries and power trains. The company intends to target Australia’s historical vehicle owners who spend A$2.2b annually on their cars.

Pure Biochar

Pure Biochar: Currently conducting a feasibility study into building a biochar production facility, which will target green steelmaking, clean construction/building materials and agriculture (fertiliser).

Four emerging companies & projects UHL will focus on:

  • Power Hydrogen: Plans to acquire an existing pellet plant with substantial contracts already in place and convert it into a state-of-the-art hydrogen facility.
  • Voyager H2: Plans to conduct a feasibility study with an established technology partner into natural hydrogen exploration.
  • LibertyAir: Conducting a feasibility study to develop Australia’s first carbon-free air freight company using hydrogen-powered airships from metropolitan cities to regional hubs.
  • Trojan Hydrogen: Conducting a feasibility study into becoming one of the world’s first hydrogen storage, haulage and distribution operators.

Across these 14 companies and projects, UHL is limiting risk by ensuring it builds a group of businesses that cover the entire hydrogen market, from production through to end-use.

UHL also has other projects in its pipeline, which it expects to increase to over 75 by 2024.

In total, UHL holds a significant position in 37 companies and projects that provide insulation from diversification and the potential to build a powerful ecosystem (example below).

UHL will sustain its growth by forming more joint ventures via its extensive network of over 112 highly experienced industry executives, thought leaders, engineers, designers and project managers, many of which hold board positions in its current list of companies.

The Company will fund this through partial exits from its joint ventures as their value increases and the significant liquidity events they deliver

Through this, UHL believes it is building the world’s largest and most diversified hydrogen conglomerate, which will develop the next generation of infrastructure that will provide power and transport globally for the next hundred years.

If you are wanting to learn about the pre-listing capital raise or have a green energy project, reach out to us today.

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