One global solution

One solution to the two problems - carbon dioxide (greenhouse gas) emissions and inherently variable renewable energy sources - is to develop a non-polluting source of stored energy, such as hydrogen, that is produced from carbon dioxide emissions.  It is recognized worldwide that hydrogen is a high energy source and water is the non-polluting final product in hydrogen utilization. The utilization of hydrogen as an energy source can be represented by:

2H + O2HO + energy

It has been known for decades that hydrogen can be produced from the electrolysis of water during periods when renewable energy is available in excess.  The problem has been always to produce hydrogen efficiently and economically.  Hydrogen gas also can be reacted with carbon dioxide emissions, derived from fossil fuel combustion, to produce methane for storage or for utilization in industrial systems that use methane as an energy source.  Once again, the problem has been to produce methane efficiently and economically.

Unique Global Possibilities has developed a process that provides a solution to the above problems.  In this process carbon dioxide is recycled.


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Unique Global Possibilities has developed a process of producing both hydrogen and methane efficiently and economically by recycling carbon dioxide.  In this process, hydrogen and methane can be produced in sufficient quantities to be practical for energy use and energy storage and practical for decreasing carbon dioxide emissions.


Electrolysis of water

Carbon dioxide and the splitting of water

The Sabatier reaction

Electrolysis of water

Carbon dioxide and the splitting of water

The Sabatier reaction

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