A new technology has been developed that according to the manufacturer, safely and effectively neutralizes almost all pollution emissions including those from fossil fuels. The warnings from scientists are clear, we must stop burning fossil fuel if we are to have a chance of staving off the worst impacts of climate change. However, fossil fuels will be with us for decades as we wean ourselves off of them. Consequently, we will have to find ways to reduce the impact of carbon emitting fuels in the interim.
The new technology developed by Stockholm based cleantech company Hydro Infra Technologies (HIT) offers an innovative approach to neutralizing carbon fuel emissions from power plants and other polluting industries that burn fossil fuels. It uses a patent pending method of generating a gas call Hydro Nano Gas (HNG). The manufacturer claims that this technology “reduces the pollution emissions from burning fossil fuels to almost zero, when injected into exhaust outlets.”
While the HNG technology is well suited to reduce emission in coal or oil fired power plants, it can also be applied to shipping and other industries. The technology can also be used in water and waste, specifically the gasification of plastics and other waste materials.
The HIT technology is currently going to market through joint venture partnerships. Various government ministries around the world have invited them to demonstrate their technology. HIT will be listed on stock markets in 2015.
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