• The breakthrough boasts zero Co2 emissions
    The breakthrough boasts zero Co2 emissions

A disruptive technology company has made a major breakthrough in its search to innovate a ground-breaking clean gas energy source that will not only provide an alternative supply to natural gas, but also boasts zero CO₂ emissions.

It is also cheaper than current domestic household and business energy supplies by as much as 80 per cent.

The clean gas, which is carbon neutral, will give global economies access to a cheap, endless supply of clean energy.

Importantly, it will allow countries to maintain security of their gas and energy supplies whilst also meeting their carbon-neutral net zero targets.

This discovery could play a major role in reversing the global energy crisis, significantly reducing energy costs to the consumer and businesses sectors at a time when the cost-of-living crisis is worsening, and inflation has reached a 40-year high.

The scientific breakthrough has been made by a team from Voltage Enterprises, a disruptive tech company based in Abu Dhabi.

The company, which has been funded by Aquarius Global, an investment company and tech incubator also based in Abu Dhabi.

Code-named KINETIC 7, the scientific breakthrough is a clean gas energy source that is a stable and an efficient gas derived solely from water.

Whilst creating a gas from water such as hydrogen is not new, KINETIC 7 has a unique molecular chemistry that is way more advanced than hydrogen gas.

For example, hydrogen gas is obtained through electrolysis, where pure distilled water (H2O) is broken down into (H2) and (O2) gases. Not only does this use a huge amount of energy to create the molecular process; it requires high pressure storage and has a low flash point, making it very unstable.

KINETIC 7 patented technology reconstructs and converts water into molecular clusters, which are electrically charged to create a constant oxidisation and friction.

This makes the molecules more efficient, causing them to vibrate, which in turn creates a very reactive gas, providing a clean gas and flame.

Unlike hydrogen gas KINETIC 7 is also inert, making it a safe and controllable gas for domestic and industrial supply. Most importantly, the cost savings by using KINETIC 7 will be substantial against current gas and energy costs.

The KINETIC 7 generators which create the clean gas, will be manufactured to high standards in Europe. The current process of making the gas is both EU-approved and CE-certified.

The KINETIC 7 discovery, which has taken more than eight years of research and development, will not only enable countries and global economies to maintain their own gas independence and sovereignty, but will also ensure global energy security, with an unlimited supply of carbon neutral gas to both domestic and industrial customers.

It comes at a time of global instability in the energy markets, fuelled by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has sent gas prices soaring.

Rick Parish, founder and executive chair of investment incubator Aquarius Global, which has funded the research, said KINETIC 7 is a gamechanger in the global energy market.

"In much the same way that solar power is currently being used in domestic housing, KINETIC 7™will allow households to produce their own clean gas energy source, using water and a small amount of electricity,” he said.

“The cost to create the clean gas is minimal. The KINETIC 7  generator unit will be retrofitted into homes. An external wall unit can be fitted to a domestic household and used for stove cooktops and ovens, hot water systems, ambient heating and underfloor heating."

A series of "real-world" R&D trials are currently underway using KINETIC 7  in residential properties for domestic cooking stoves, hot water systems and residential heating.

A number of factories and engineering plants are also part of an R&D program to integrate the technology and use the clean gas in a number of commercial and industrial applications.

Once the R&D trials have been completed, the technology will be rolled out to domestic households and commercial premises within six to 12 months.


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