Still being developed, our proprietary and highly-efficient nanoparticle technology is built from the ground up to systematically lower the cost of each component.

 
 
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The nanoparticle, structured as an autonomous nano-solar cell with catalysts, splits water into oxygen and hydrogen. Billions of the nano-solar cells are encapsulated in an array inside a square centimeter protective layer. The technology is designed to be manufactured using a low cost industrial roll-to-roll electrodeposition process. After cells are deposited and coated in the electrodeposition process on a metal substrate, the substrate is inserted into our proprietary solar hydrogen panel design. We have protected this process with patents in the US, Europe, Australia and China with pending grants in other countries.

 
 
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HyperSolar’s Nano Hydrogen Generator

 

Key Criteria:

  • <$4/ H2 kg using only earth abundant cheap materials and processes

  • Development and optimization of four major components 

  • Fault-tolerant design 

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Patents Granted:

  • “Photoelectrosynthetically Active Heterostructures”

    US Patent Publication No. US9593053 B1 (Granted in US)

  • “Methods for Manufacturing Photoelectrosynthetically Active Heterostructures”

    US Patent Publication No. US20170141258 A1.  (Granted in US)

  • “Multi-junction artificial photosynthetic cell with enhanced photovoltages”

    US20160076154 A1.  (Granted in US, Australia, China and Europe)