Water does work!

Water based fuels are viable, as long as water is only a component of the system.

Enviroethical Technology Holdings, a new technology research and development company startup has acquired exclusive licensing to over a decade of research, development, and prototyping, in the area of truly Alternative Energy Resources.


Enviroethical Technology Holdings has recently demonstrated a water based Hybrid Battery/Fuel Cell technology that derives its power from some of the most abundant and benign renewable materials on the planet. This technology isn't Solar, Wind, or even other bio based Hydro-Carbon fuels, i.e. alcohol.

Water, a most important component, is used as a catalyst, and not as a consumable component. The common vernacular is the term "cracking" instead of "hydro-carbon cracking" we "crack" water chemically and recombine it within the cell. Yet never actually consuming it.

The technology has been researched and proven at university and government levels. We have preliminary designs, for the new technology called Chem-Gen, it's trade name, and to operate co-generation plants as well as automotive and residential applications, let alone smaller battery alternatives.

Enviroethical Technology Holdings is currently working with a local State's Governing Officials and a large Utility provider.

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