Imagination is Becoming Reality with the BoMax Alpha Prototype
BoMax Welcomes Renowned Scientist to the Team
BoMax is excited to announce a partnership with Utah State University’s Head of Chemistry & Biochemistry Department, Dr. Lance Seefeldt.
BoMax Hydrogen featured in H2 View Magazine – Issue #31
BoMax Hydrogen’s Edward Campbell explains to H2 View why the company believes the breakthrough is closer than ever.
DOE announces BoMax as a winner of Hydrogen Shot Incubator Prize
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced the phase one winners of the Hydrogen Shot Incubator Prize, a $2.6 million competition to foster innovative concepts for producing clean hydrogen. .
BoMax Hydrogen: A Solution in Visible Light – And Plain Sight?
The world is demanding clean, renewable hydrogen made in a carbon-neutral way, but we’re not there yet. We must find a way to support our energy needs with clean, renewable resources. Batteries, wind, and solar currently play a necessary part. But the real long-term solution to expanding renewable energy is green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is produced without fossil fuels.
Space Start-ups Look For Ways to Get Rocket Fuel From Mars
Reaching Mars is an immense challenge, as the planet’s surface is littered with crashed and defunct spacecraft. But returning from the Red Planet? That requires hurdling another obstacle: harvesting rocket fuel.
French Recovery Bets on Hydrogen
The French government has launched a €100bn recovery plan that will see €30bn allocated to green goals including energy and significant support for green hydrogen.
$3 Billion Planned for Next-Generation Hydrogen Power Plants
Three power plants planned in New York, Virginia, and Ohio will test whether hydrogen can one day replace natural gas in electric generation. Green hydrogen — produced by stripping the gas from water using electrolyzers powered by wind and solar — is seen as key to eliminating carbon emissions from the industrial sector that now relies on natural gas as both a fuel source and a feedstock. Other electric generators are also exploring integrating green hydrogen into their power production in an effort to slash emissions as more states set renewable-energy mandates.