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Business Model

FUEL FOR A MINDFUL WORLD

FuelPositive is playing an active role in revolutionizing the clean energy industry through a number of viable technologies.

Carbon-Free Ammonia (NH3)

FuelPositive’s patent-pending first-of-its-kind modular and scalable Carbon-Free Ammonia(NH3) technology, developed by Dr. Ibrahim Dincer and his team, allows for the in-situ production of NH3 in an entirely sustainable manner. The process allows for small, medium to large-scale production of NH3 by utilizing only water, air and sustainable electricity.

The Carbon-Free NH3 system will be highly adaptable, from smaller stand-alone fuel generation systems for transportation companies, to larger agricultural systems for significant farming enterprises, all the way to large grid storage systems for hydro, wind, solar or geothermal electricity generation operations.

Not only will FuelPositive’s modular and scalable Carbon-Free NH3 technology disrupt the US$70 billion ammonia industry, the Company’s proprietary method for producing NH3 additionally positions it as a cost-effective clean fuel source for combustion engines, fuel cells and as a source for hydrogen.

FuelPositive’s Carbon-Free NH3 technology is well-positioned to significantly contribute to achieving the emission targets under the Paris Agreement on climate change. FuelPositive believes that the world is ready for a positive change in the industry.

Supercapacitor Technology

FuelPositive is also advancing supercapacitor technology. This proprietary technology allows for increases in power and energy densities, charging speed, longevity, useful life and a lower cost per watt hour stored.

Currently FuelPositive is working on improvements to this technology with a group associated with NASA and will provide updates as the improvements are independently certified.

Other Emission-Free Technologies

The Company is actively pursuing complementary emissions-free technologies to add to our portfolio of climate-oriented solutions. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss any ‘fuel-positive’ solutions with us.
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