W2H2 DIESEL GENERATOR CONVERSION
CONVERT DIESEL ENGINES TO RUN ON WATER
WPP has a critically important green energy solution for the betterment of the world by converting as many as possible of Diesel Power Generators into a No Pollution Hydrogen Fired Solution which reduces their emissions by up to 100%. This initiative targets the $100B Diesel Generator market, growing the size of the renewable energy sector which is already a near trillion dollar market.
WPP ENERGY and its team of inventors, scientists and engineers has conducted R&D over many years using advanced technologies to discover innovative methods of converting fossil fuel based power generation into clean energy. WPP Energy understands that the world has been waiting for such a viable solution to dramatically reduce global pollution and greenhouse gasses. Global demand for WPP’s W2H2 solution is expected to be extremely strong.
WPP’s initial focus is to convert existing polluting and expensive to use Diesel Generators and to run them at zero emissions. Gasoline generators will be addressed at a later stage. Generator owns can expect a huge reduction in fuel operating costs, estimated at 90% savings on average.
DESCRIPTION OF THE TECHNOLOGY AND MARKET:
WPP’s “W2H2” Water to Hydrogen Gas mass production technology represents a major scientific breakthrough of the utmost importance. This patented technology is based on an advanced proprietary scientific process which includes the invention of using Thermoplasma to convert water into Hydrogen Gas in high volume for power generation and at much lower cost than any other hydrogen production technology (ie Electrolysis). Furthermore since H2 production is done in real time according to actual power production requirements there is no requirement for hydrogen storage which is one of the greatest challenges in using hydrogen gas as a renewable fuel source, not to mention avoiding a storage model is also much safer.
On average with WPP W2H2 Power is generated at about 10% of the cost of diesel fuel and very importantly no fossil fuel component is required to mix with the H2 when using WPP W2H2 technology. Water is the input and less than 10% of the gross energy production is required to power the equipment. For each Liter of Water fed into the WPP W2H2 system the net output exceeds 1m3 of H2 gas. WPP W2H2 is a no pollution technology designed to shift existing and future industrial power production away from fossil fuels and therefore reduce the world’s harmful emissions, currently approx 25% of the world’s harmful emissions is caused by Industrial Power Production, WPP seeks to bring this number as close to zero as possible. W2H2 technology can easily cross-over into the Transportation sector, particularly shipping where container ships and cruise ships are among the largest polluters in the world. With a constant supply of water available this is an ideal fit with the addition of a complimentary high volume desalination technology that WPP deploys to convert salt water into fresh water for use in the W2H2 system.
WPP W2H2 produces Hydrogen Gas in mass production capacity to supply gas for steam boilers, combustion engines, and power plants of all sizes. Essentially most fossil fuel engines can be converted by adding the W2H2 fuel system with minimal changes needed to hardware for a successful conversion. Furthermore WPP has the ability to deliver ready to use Containerized Turnkey W2H2 Hydrogen Mobile and Modular Power Plants and Generators from 1MW up to 25MW with scalability into 100’s of MW. An entire project can go from dirt to lights on in a small fraction of the time it would take a traditional power plant to be built and at a fraction of the operating costs due to massive savings on the use of fuel.
SAMPLE SAVINGS OF CONVERTING A 10MW
DIESEL GENERATOR TO W2H2
At full Load operating 24/7/365 a 10MW Power Generator uses about 671 gallons of Diesel per hour:
cost per gallon about $3.61 USD X 671/Gallon Per Hour = $2422.31 USD
Usage of Diesel Per Day = $58,135.44 USD
Usage of Diesel Per Year = $21,219,435.60 USD
Usage of diesel during 20 years= TOTAL SPENDING $424 MILLION USD