A clear plan for creating access to hydrogen across the world
New A.G.E. is launching the world’s largest hydrogen infrastructure projects focused on making hydrogen accessible to all. Leveraging multiple protected processes by Vodik, hydrogen energy now makes both business and environmental sense.
A wide open future
New technology has unlocked the future of hydrogen
The New Energy Infrastructure Plan
Phase One: Bridge Technology
XenTx Lubricants, Inc. produces lubricants and additives for gasoline and diesel fueled engines and other transportation related fluids and industrial lubricants.
AAQIS, Inc. is developing hydrogen generators (hydrolysis units) which greatly reduce hydrocarbon emissions while improving fuel efficiency in internal combustion engines.
Phase Two: Infrastructure
New A.G.E. will build 750 hydrogen/electric hybrid fueling stations in partnership with Admiral Oil and IPS.
These hybrid stations will be powered by Vodik’s new protected processes for onsite green-production and low pressure ambient temperature storage.
Phase Three: New A.G.E. Processing Plants
New A.G.E. will build multiple processing plants that will simultaneously remove toxic waste from coal and generate hydrogen for clean sustainable electricity.
These plants will create Hydrocarbon Plus™, which burns 85% cleaner and 35% hotter then traditional coal. They will also produce reconstituted Fly Ash that is cleaner than anything currently on the market.
Phase Four: Next Gen Plants
New A.G.E. and Vodik are currently developing the patented technology for a processing plant that will create hydrogen with zero carbon emissions and 100x production capabilities.
These new processing plants will have the capacity to support the airline industry’s future demand for green hydrogen.