Comprehensive Solutions for Hydrogen Production

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Cedric Matthews

Cedric Matthews

CEO & Founder

Carmen Reyes

Carmen Reyes

CTO & Co-Founder

Angela Briggs

Angela Briggs

Chief Financial Officer

Wilmot Elledge

Wilmot Elledge

Chief Revenue Officer

Gary Hart

Gary Hart

Chief Product Officer

Lane Mcgee

Lane Mcgee

General Counsel

Alvin Eland

Alvin Eland

Head Of Business

Eda Barlow

Eda Barlow

Chief of Staff

Hydrogen generators

We offer turnkey solutions of hydrogen production across various applications. To realize this, we employ a holistic approach, encompassing all phases of the project.

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We provide high-quality, reliable and efficient offerings that provide great value. Our services also vary widely depending on your industry & business.

Safety Compliance

Follow standard OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) regulations for workplace safety, as well as regulations for product.

Legal Support

Help individuals and organizations understand, navigate & comply with the law. This can include advising clients on business law matters.

Research and Development

H2Energy operates an R&D laboratory comprising two distinct sections: a 'new materials development area' and a 'testing area'.

The materials development area is dedicated to researching the formulation of new catalysts and deposition methods for electrode manufacturing, as well as membrane development. This work is conducted in collaboration with leading national and international universities and research centers.

In the testing area, we can distinguish and evaluate the performance of materials developed within our laboratory or in collaboration with academic partners. We also conduct electrochemical tests on laboratory-scale assemblies to select materials for use in commercial applications.

Our lab offers its high chemical and electrochemical expertise, decades of experience, and advanced instrumentation for material analysis, which can also be utilized by external companies.


Designing an electrolysis plant demands meticulous planning and an in-depth understanding of the electrochemical properties of the materials involved.

The system must be conceptualized keeping in mind not only the required electrical power but also optimal operating conditions such as temperature and pressure. Energy efficiency is a pivotal aspect, aiming to minimize losses and maximize hydrogen production.

Ensuring plant safety is a top priority, necessitating suitable measures to prevent dangerous gas accumulation and guaranteeing the safe handling of the chemicals involved.

Designing an electrolysis system calls for a comprehensive analysis of the variables at play, coupled with a focus on process efficiency, safety, and sustainability. Only with a holistic approach can we develop an efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly plant.


Upon completion of the design phase, we progress to the procurement of materials and components, which then leads to various stages of processing and assembly.

In selecting the materials to be used, a key evaluation involves their corrosion resistance and adherence to safety specifications. Each manufacturing process must be executed with utmost precision, factoring in the appropriate tolerances for each individual component. Special attention is given to the electrical power supply system and the machine's inhouse developed management software, both of which guarantee correct operation and
lifespan according to specifications.

During production, strict adherence to quality and safety standards is essential to ensure a reliable and compliant system. Rigorous testing and verification processes are implemented to confirm the correct functioning

Project Management

Managing a plant project necessitates a systematic and well-organized approach. Firstly, it's vital to establish a detailed schedule that encompasses the key project phases, anticipated timeline, and required resources.

Creating a skilled, multidisciplinary team is pivotal to successful project management. H2 Energy's dedicated team includes engineering, chemistry, and automation experts, as well as specialized project management professionals.

Throughout project execution, it's essential to continuously monitor progress in terms of time, cost, and resources utilized, taking corrective actions if deviations from the original plan occur.

Effective communication within the project team and with stakeholders is fundamental.

In conclusion, well-structured project management – comprised of a competent team, detailed planning, constant monitoring, and effective communication – is vital for successfully creating an efficient, highquality plant.


Our systems can be constructed either on skids or in containers based on the customer's requirements, and we provide guidance during the preparation of the installation site.

H2 Energy's systems are designed to be "plug & play", meaning they are easy to install. Once the system is transported to the site, it's connected to the necessary utilities to operate the plant, such as power supply and water supply. All connections are made in compliance with safety regulations and suitable standards. Subsequently, tests and checks are performed to ensure the system is functioning correctly. Necessary adjustments are made and all systems are confirmed to be operational and in alignment with project specifications.

It's crucial to note that the installation of such systems should be undertaken by qualified personnel, following safety regulations and appropriate procedures. After the plant's startup, H2 Energy experts will train and instruct the client's in-house operators on the correct and safe operation of the plant.

Maintenance and Supervision

H2 Energy provides scheduled and predictive maintenance plans that encompass regular checks and targeted actions. These plans include visual inspections, operational data monitoring and analysis, performance tests, and scheduled replacements of components subject to wear and tear.

Automated monitoring and control systems are integrated into the plants to identify any anomalies and initiate prompt corrective measures. In the event of a severe alarm, the system is designed to safely enact an emergency shutdown, notifying the H2 Energy monitoring center. The center then contacts the customer to assess the situation and agree on an intervention with qualified technicians, ensuring a quick resolution to the issue and resuming plant operation.

Regular maintenance and plant supervision contribute to ensuring the safety, efficiency, and longevity of the plant.