We have developed a patent-pending hybrid engine that provides the long range and fuel efficiency of a hydrogen fuel cell with elements of a hydrogen jet engine for short bursts of peak power.
It is a significant advance on State of the Art zero emission vehicle technology for applications where high power to weight and rugged simplicity are required, like snowmobiles, motorcycles and off road vehicles.
Our hydrogen fuel cells last 10,000 hours of use before replacement. This translates to about 800,000 km of snowmobile / off road vehicle travel.
We use our patent-pending hydrogen jet engine to provide short bursts of power, reducing the degradation rate of the battery pack as a result of high discharge settings.
Our patent pending jet engine hybrid boosts power to a nearly unlimited level at a low weight.
The user can select EcoQuiet (fuel cell only) or Sport (fuel cell + jet engine) modes to suit their driving style.
With the added power boost, the light vehicle can climb steep mountains, and tow heavy loads up hills.
The only exhaust is pure, hot water, which the driver of the vehicle can drink on a long trip.
Careful design of the hydrogen jet engine prevents the formation of NOx (nitrous oxides).
The exhaust steam exits in a safe location like a regular gasoline light vehicle.
The high performance hydrogen fuel cell engine depicted above is patent pending (US/CA 62987294).
We are planning to license the engine at 5% royalty on the sale price of new snowmobiles, quads, dirt bikes, small hovercraft and boats, and small to medium drones. This is a smaller royalty than the 10% which is standard in some industries. We prefer a high volume low margin approach to offset more gasoline snowmobile sales (mandatory minimum sales targets apply for an exclusive license deal).
Technical and engineering support will be included along with drawings and access to the prototype once it is completed.
We also offer the license at a reduced rate to manufacturers who retrofit or upgrade existing gasoline vehicles to zero emission, and who scrap or recycle and do not resell the gasoline motor, as this aligns with our nonprofit objective to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
For all inquiries, including licensing questions, please contact us.
We are happy to work with you to explain the patent-pending high performance hydrogen fuel cell engine and determine if it will be a good fit for your company to license and manufacture in your small off-road vehicles (e.g. snowmobiles, quads, dirt bikes, hovercraft, boats and drones).