Current Water Technologies Inc. has completed the fabrication and testing of the patent-pending AmmEL-H2 Green Hydrogen pilot system.
The unit is shipped to Highland Engineering in Michigan, US. Highland Engineering Inc. will install the AmmEL-H2 unit into a mobile sea container to facilitate the demonstration of this exciting technology to its clients. This opportunity to showcase CWTI’s novel technology represents a major step toward achieving success within the global hydrogen market sector. CWTI anticipates future commercial contacts resulting from the successful demonstration of this technology by Highland Engineering.
Current Water Technologies Inc. is an emerging technology leader in managing industrial and municipal wastewater, and the development of novel hydrogen and lithium recovery technologies ships an AmmEL-H2 Green Hydrogen pilot system to Highland Engineering of Michigan.
Dr Gene Shelp, CEO of Current Water Technologies, said, “To our knowledge, CWTI’s AmmEL-H2 Green Hydrogen recovery system is currently the only patent-pending technology that targets the recovery of hydrogen from ammonia in municipal and industrial wastewaters.”