A Hydrogen Solution for Every Application
BoMax Can Serve Markets Around the World
Today, hydrogen is fueling material handling equipment, forklifts and small trucks in manufacturing facilities, throughout the world. We look forward to seeing hydrogen fuel cells powering more and more of the world’s energy needs, in the near future, as the world continues to accelerate their adoption and embrace a cleaner energy.
The BoMax Box is able to generate
“on-site” hydrogen at ambient temperatures and pressure without any direct fossil fuel footprint.
When paired with a hydrogen fuel cell generator, our system can supply abundant residential and commercial electricity.
No fossil fuels. The BoMax Box operates as a green energy alternative. There is no use of fossil fuels. There is no release of Carbon Dioxide into the atmosphere.
No Transportation Costs
BoMax Box “on-site” delivery means avoiding transportation and storage costs. This makes power generation at remote sites easy, as well as allowing for quick set up of hydrogen fueling stations in cities or even warehouses.
Scalable and Long Lasting
The system does require the maintenance of anaerobic conditions so it could work well in space. It is scalable and has the potential to produce hydrogen gas for months without servicing the system.
The global hydrogen generation market is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of
5.7% from 2021 to 2028, reaching USD 184.11 billion by 2028
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV)
FC Forklifts in Large Warehouses
Source of Pure Hydrogen
Cell Phone Towers
Size of Market in 2017
Hydrogen Power Produced for Residential Homes and Commercial Buildings: Market Value: Unlimited Potential
The BoMax Box may dramatically accelerate the adoption of hydrogen for heat and electric generation for all manner of buildings and residences. By producing hydrogen at the site of consumption, the Bomax Box eliminates the problematic cost of shipping and storage associated with more conventional hydrogen applications. Electricity and heat generated through hydrogen can present a 40% savings over solar panels and batteries, in some applications.
Early wide adoption among commercial and residential businesses my include fuel cells for combined heat and power technology (FC CHP) as a low-carbon alternative that generates electricity from fuel cells and then recovers and uses the by-product heat for hot water, space heating, and/or cooling.
Hydrogen Power for Vehicles and Forklifts: Market Value: $22 Billion
While battery technology has offered solutions for small, urban vehicles it has still fallen short for larger passenger cars and commercial transport. Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies are ideal for heavy duty or long-range transport applications. Applications such as heavy-duty trucks, large passenger vehicles with long-ranges, and long-distance public transportation could benefit, dramatically. Heavy-duty trucks and passenger transportation could reach cost parity with other alternative fuels as soon as 2025, surpassing battery electric vehicles (BEVs) as battery advancements continue to stall.
Hydrogen stands to outcompete BEVs by 2025 for passenger taxi fleets where a range of 650 km is required. Smaller segments, such as SUVs and larger passenger cars that have range requirements of 500 km or longer may be competitive earlier than those smaller vehicles with shorter range requirements.
Another area is the use of such fuel to power forklifts. Forklifts are the muscle behind warehousing and they are everywhere. Most forklifts run on either battery or propane, and both have disadvantages. This is where BoMax Hydrogen can come into play. By being able to produce hydrogen on-site, the forklift powered by hydrogen-run fuel cells can easily be refueled. Hydrogen does not need to be delivered and the lifts experience little down time and produce no carbon footprint.
Communications Towers and Data Towers: Market Value: $1.4 Billion
Many communications/data towers like the one seen here in this image are in remote, isolated locations. They all require electricity to power their operation. To generate that electricity, companies must either build access to the power grid or have a generator on site. The first option is expensive to build, and is expensive on an ongoing basis. Try running power to the top of a moutain! The second option can prove virtually impossible when you try to transport fuel to that mountain top to power the generator.
What is needed is something that can generate fuel on-site to power the generator. BoMax Hydrogen is the answer. BoMax can generate the hydrogen to power fuel cells connected power generators for the site.
Mission From Mars: Market Value: Undetermined
We look at recent activity and see that reaching Mars is high on the list of things to accomplish. While reaching Mars is a huge challenge, the real problem comes in returning from Mars. Where do you get rocket fuel for the trip back?
This is another area where BoMax Hydrogen can come into play. The BoMax process “isolates the components” and therefore does not require costly filters. Additionally, the lower pressure on the Martian surface makes the process more effective, while the carbon dioxide in Mars’ atmosphere does not inhibit its process. BoMax has been in discussions with NASA about this prospect.