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H2My: Revolutionary electrolyzer technology for clean drinking water from seawater

H2My, will be a company in the field of sustainable water purification technologies and developer of electrolyzers specifically designed to produce drinking water from seawater. With this innovative technology, H2My reinforces its commitment to environmental protection and sustainability while addressing one of the most pressing global issues: access to clean drinking water.

Our future electrolyzers use advanced electrolysis technology to efficiently and safely convert seawater into drinking water. By using renewable energy sources, this process also reduces the carbon footprint and promotes a greener future.

H2My's electrolyzers will be ideal for coastal communities, island nations and countries struggling with water scarcity. They will be easy to install, require minimal maintenance and can be used on a large scale or in smaller, municipal facilities.

"With the increasing scarcity of freshwater resources worldwide, it is critical to develop innovative solutions that provide sustainable and accessible water supply options,” said Michael Szonn, CEO of H2My. "The electrolyzers we envision will be more than just a product line - they are a promise of a better, more sustainable future for communities around the world."

An electrolyzer plays an important role in producing hydrogen from water.

In this method, water is added to the electrolyzer. The electrochemical reaction begins by supplying an electrical current to the electrodes in the electrolyzer. The electric current splits the water molecules into their components - hydrogen and oxygen - hydrogen gas (H₂) and oxygen gas (O₂).

Hydrogen collects at the two electrodes: the cathode and oxygen collects at the anode. Hydrogen and oxygen are collected separately. The hydrogen can then be stored as an energy source and the oxygen can either be used or released.

The known methods for producing hydrogen from water are:

An electrolyzer uses electric current to split water (H₂O) into its basic components, hydrogen (H₂) and oxygen (O₂).

Thermochemical processes:
These methods use high temperatures and various chemical reactions to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen.

Photocatalytic hydrogen production:
This method uses light energy, or sunlight, to split water directly into hydrogen and oxygen.

Photoelectrochemical cells (PEC):
This method is similar to the photocatalytic method. They also use photoelectrochemical cells (light energy) with additional electrochemical energy.

High temperature electrolysis:
These methods use higher temperatures compared to traditional water electrolysis. High-temperature electrolysis works here, which increases the efficiency of hydrogen production.