A technology-driven company built on global environmental responsibility, entrepreneurial innovation, integrity, and teamwork. Our breakthrough approach to renewable energy is recognized as having exceptional potential to revolutionize production, transportation, storage and consumption of the cleanest alternative fuels, Hydrogen. Our mission is to protect the environment by providing clean energy, while reducing dependence on traditional sources of energy like oil and coal. The “Hydrogen Economy” will soon be generating high tech jobs and improving the competitiveness of manufacturers who embrace safe and clean energy.
The universal adoption of Hydrogen as the cleanest source of energy has stalled due to storage, transport and availability issues. We have a solution.
Our patent portfolio includes five U.S. patents with more than 40 granted claims. We have patents in Canada, Japan and Korea and patents pending in multiple countries around the world.
“This is so much more than cars.”
---Dr. Michael Herrmann of Opel
"It is elegant in its simplicity!"
---Steven Battel of Mars Rover Team
Watching a demonstration at Plasma Kinetics lab Dr. Grant said - "There is elegance in the simplicity of what you have done.”
--- David Grant heads the Advanced Materials Research Group, Specializing in Energy Storage, at The University of Nottingham
"Your approach to Hydrogen production and storage appears to be a significant breakthrough and we are impressed with the potential that it has to deliver high density, low pressure Hydrogen as an energy store for various applications in many government and commercial markets, and the transportation arena in particular”
---General Motors Lab Group
"I am pleased to provide this letter of support for the Hydrogen storage technology under development by Plasma Kinetics Corporation. Exelon Corporation wishes to express an interest and desire for the commercial success of your innovative technology. The laser desorption of Hydrogen from optically active metal hydride is a truly novel approach to the challenges of high density, efficient and economical Hydrogen storage.”