Turn Waste Heat Into Carbon Credits, H2 and O2 Onsite.

Lower fuel cost and Carbon Taxes

 

Developed by Researchers from Ontario Tech University since 2006 with support from

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Commercialization Effort is proudly supported by

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Applying 40+ years of R&D experiences to address climate change

The Product of science, engineering, and business

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Affordable Clean H2 & O2

Thanks to our innovative on-site production of clean H2 and O2, the cost can be significantly reduced compared to other green H2 and O2 on the market.  

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Save fuel costs

Get extra heat with energy-dense hydrogen and improve fuel efficiency. Use oxygen to enhance combustion and offset fossil fuel burning.

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Earn Co2 Credits

Reduce your costs and hedge against the carbon tax increase. Currently taxed at $40/ton Co2 in 2021 to $50 in 2022 and +$15 a year up to $170/ton in 2030.  

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Minimum changes to   business

We install equipment and take care of maintenance and operation optimization.

State of the Art Technology

  • ​​20-25% less Electricity vs Electrolysis

  • Produce High-Quality H2 and O2

  • Heat is recycled within the cycle

No client risk business model

  • We pay for the initial system 

  • Smart AI and remotely operated

  • Only pay for discounted green H2, O2 & CO2 Credit

 
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How it works

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Evaluation

  • We evaluate the site

  • We design a adaptor to harness the heat

  • We design the feeding system for the Hydrogen and Oxygen used on site

  • We deliver the whole system

  • We connect the system with heat, electricity and water at the hosting site 

  • We calibrate the system with collaboration from hosting clients 

  • We operate and maintain the equipment

  • We pay for utility cost (electricity and water)

  • We bill for H2, O2 and Co2 credits only

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Installation

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Operation

 

Executive Team

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Victoria Xu

CoFounder & CEO

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Ms. Victoria Xu is an angel investor with Capital Angel Network. Dedicated to investing in impact-driven tech startups, she has been applying her 20+ years of experience in software, hardware, technology management to support early-stage startup ecosystems through various non-profit and for-profit organizations.  At CleanInnoGen, she leads the commercialization efforts by connecting scientists, engineers, industry, businesses, and investors.

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Dr. Kamiel Gabriel

CoFounder and Chief Scientist

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Dr. Kamiel Gabriel is a Professor of Engineering and Applied Science at Ontario Tech University with 30+ years of experience in R&D activities related to clean energy and energy conservation technologies. Dr. Gabriel is one of the key inventors of thermochemical Hydrogen production technology using waste/process heat. He has been an advocate for hydrogen innovation for almost two decades and is one of the founding members of the Pan-Canadian  Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. Dr. Gabriel is an elected Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering and a frequently invited speaker at national and international forums.

Advisor Team
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Terry Kimmel

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With decades of experience in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry, Terry brings his wide range of connections in the industry and insight into early-stage cleantech startup growth to the team. Terry served as the Vice-President of the Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association from 2009-2012. Prior to that, he was the head of business development at NRC for 10 years. 

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Jeff Blacklock

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Specialized in execution in late-stage companies, Jeff complements the team with his rich experience in how to avoid big mistakes that early-stage startups often fall into. With his hands-on entrepreneurial experience in both technology and management, he is a real value add to the company for a good start.