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Sustainable Innovations Delivers the 1st Fully Integrated Solid-State Electrochemical Hydrogen Compressor System to NASA

Sustainable Innovations has delivered a Hydrogen-Based Energy Conservation System (HECS) for recovering hydrogen from various waste streams at NASA Stennis Space Center (SSC). The first of its kind, this fully integrated, solid state system is designed to recover hydrogen released…

Sustainable Innovations Teams to Develop Breakthrough Compressor Critical for Growth of Multi-Billion Dollar Zero Carbon Hydrogen Fuel Industry

Sustainable Innovations, Inc. (SI) and its partners, Greenway Energy and Savannah River National Laboratory, will team to maximize the benefits of two cutting edge hydrogen compressor technologies by combining them into one high reliability, high efficiency hybrid compressor. This important…

Sustainable Innovations Names Two Noted Executives As Independent Board Members

Sustainable Innovations today announced the appointment of Jon Melzer and Walter (Chip) Schroeder as independent directors of the firm. "Our Board members embody the spirit of entrepreneurship, governance and the highest levels of experience. They bring talent, energy, industry and…

Sustainable Innovations' CO2 Conversion System Converts Greenhouse Gases and Renewables Into A Valuable Fuel With Huge Energy Storage Potential

Sustainable Innovations, Inc. (SI) is developing an electrochemical system that addresses multiple challenges and opportunities in the energy supply marketplace.  The CO2RENEW™ converts waste CO2 and H2O to methane fuel, the primary energy carrier in natural gas.  This fuel can…

Sustainable Innovations' Hydrogen Sensor Ensures Hydrogen Fuel Quality Critical for Participation in Hundreds of Billions of Dollars in the Electric Vehicle Industry

Sustainable Innovations (SI) is teaming with the University of Connecticut Center for Clean Energy Engineering (UConn C2E2) to meet a critical need in the rollout of hydrogen vehicles. They have teamed up to develop a breakthrough hydrogen fuel quality sensor…


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