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 What we do.

Pink H2 Ltd have developed a method of zero-carbon H2 (hydrogen) production called Resonant Control Electrolysis. RCE is many times more energy and cost efficient than Alkaline or PEM electrolysis.

 The 'Colours' of Hydrogen

The Hydrogen industry uses colours to describe various methods of production.

Green H2 produced with renewable energy and conventional electrolysis has production costs of   € 4 -5 per kg and zero CO2 emissions.

Blue H2 has production costs of € 1.40 per kg and Grey H2 has production costs of € 1.00 per kg when natural gas prices are in the € 23 -25/MWh range. However recent prices for natural gas in Europe have averaged well over € 100/MWH since Jan 2022. Grey H2 emits 9-10 kg of CO2 per kg of H2 produced.

PinkH2 advantage

PinkH2 RCE technology can produce zero carbon H2 for less than € 0.50 per kg.

Our hydrogen has a production carbon intensity of zero. Zero CO2 in production and zero CO2 emissions when used for producing energy.

PinkH2 RCE technology can produce H2 onsite requiring only a feedstock of water.

Minimal buffer storage is needed, depending on the application.

No requirement for long distance transport of hydrogen with all the added CO2 emissions  and the potential for H2 leaks.

PinkH2 mimics nature

PinkH2’s RCE technology mimics part of the photosynthesis process. In photosynthesis, water is split into H2 and O2 using an extremely low amount of energy. The reason for this is that the ‘structured water’ inside a biological cell has altered properties compared to normal or bulk water.  Molecular biologists have known this for years and recently have been able to measure many of these these altered properties. One such altered property is that the co-valent bond strength of structured water has been measured at 0.42eV (using nuclear magnetic resonance technology.) The comparable co-valent bond energy of normal water is 85 eV.  This is why alkaline and PEM electrolysers require an approximately 200 times greater energy rate than a leaf would to split water into H2 and O2.


The Breakthrough

PinkH2 scientists have exploited this co-valent bond energy difference between ‘structured water’ and normal water to reduce energy costs of electrolysis by a factor of 116.


IP on applications for PinkH2 in many industries

 In addition to our IP on the core RCE technology, we have IP on methods to use RCE in major CO2 emitting industries such as steel, cement, chlor-alkali, ammonia, glass, ferrochrome, brickmaking and synthetic aviation kerosene production. However, our focus at present is on HRS (hydrogen refuelling stations) and zero-carbon electricity production.

Current methods of H2 (hydrogen)  production are:

  • Grey H2, made using natural gas (methane) and emits 9 - 10 kg of CO2 per kg of H2 produced.
  • Blue H2, made using methane, but includes CO2 capture. Emits about 1.4 kg of CO2 per kg H2.
  • Green H2, made from electrolysis and 100% RE (renewable energy). It is seldom that 100% RE is achieved. In Norway, with 97% RE on the grid, Green H2 still emits 1kg of CO2 per kg H2.


Our Mission and Logo

Gemsbok are the most fuel-efficient mammal, able to survive nine days in the desert without water. Their emissions are part of a regenerative cycle in that environment.  Pink H2 Ltd aims to be part of a regenerative cycle for mankind, enabling zero-carbon energy with only harmless or regenerative emissions.