Planetary Hydrogen Ocean Air Capture technology converts CO2 into an “antacid' to fight ocean's increasing acidity while producing green hydrogen

The system can consume as much as 40 Kg of CO2 and permanently stores it for every 1 Kg of hydrogen it produces.



By adding a mineral salt, the electrolysis cell creates a mineral hydroxide which in turn binds with carbon dioxide, producing an “ocean antacid” very similar to baking soda.

  • Green hydrogen
  • Alternative fuels
  • Hydrogen Ocean Air Capture (OAC) technology
  • Country

    United States


    Planetary Hydrogen


    NRC Ocean Carbon Mike Kelland, Planetary Hydrogen

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