May 16, 2017

E.Htfd. clean energy firm delivers hydrogen recovery system to NASA

East Hartford-based Sustainable Innovations says it has delivered to the NASA Stennis Space Center a first-of-its kind system designed to recover hydrogen from certain waste streams.

The company, which develops and manufactures clean energy products, said its hydrogen-based energy conservation system can recover hydrogen released from cryogenic storage, or separate hydrogen from helium used in rocket test operations.

The system uses the company's proprietary electrochemical process to purify and compress recovered hydrogen to commercial storage pressures, facilitating its reuse for vehicle fueling and other needs.

The system delivered to NASA is the culmination of Small Business Innovation Research Phase I and Phase II efforts, the company said.

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