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Energy Giants Are Rejecting the So-Called “Fuel of the Future”

Written By Luke Sweeney

Posted December 26, 2022

Off the top of your head, can you think of the most overhyped clean fuel source? 

I’ve been hearing about its magical properties for decades now, and it’s been "one year away" from changing the world for that entire time. 

Environmentalists have been telling me that my next car will run on water and emit sunshine for the entire time I’ve been driving. 

So what gives? Where’s the hydrogen revolution we’ve been promised?

It’s been the “fuel of tomorrow” for as long as I can remember, yet it’s no closer to becoming a new standard than it was in the 1990s. 

A few token hydrogen passenger cars have limped into commercialization, but every aspect of ownership is a logistical nightmare. 

When was the last time you passed a hydrogen station while cruising down the highway? And how many mechanics in the world are trained to fix these engines? 

Without a major infrastructure upgrade, hydrogen will never make it into the mainstream transportation economy. 

It’s not dense enough to ship efficiently, and it’s especially prone to leaking through the tiniest seams in pipelines. 

In its natural state, hydrogen just doesn't work as a green fuel — but what if we could fix that? 

Say Goodbye to Hydrogen and Hello to Something Greater

Without getting too deep into the chemistry, the REAL fuel of tomorrow is a close cousin of hydrogen.

It’s the missing link that has been stumping researchers since the first hydrogen vehicle was conceived. 

This new fuel still contains the enormous power of hydrogen but in a much denser liquid form. It can be shipped and burned more easily and produced with about the same effort as pure hydrogen. 

It’s a major game-changer for some of the dirtiest industries on Earth: maritime shipping, steelmaking, mining, etc.

None of these sectors can be fully electrified without using batteries the size of skyscrapers. Before green fuels existed, burning diesel and gasoline were literally the only options. 

Now, this new green fuel has the potential to become the standard fuel source for the world’s most fuel-hungry sectors. 

If you've ever seen some of the machinery used in open pit mining, you'll know just how much diesel the industry goes through. These house-sized behemoths can burn in the neighborhood of 100 gallons per hour

That’s a ton of fuel being guzzled across the globe, not to mention a LOT of carbon emissions. 

A machine like this would need a lithium battery the size of a small box truck to generate the awesome power it needs to move multiple tons of dirt with each mighty swipe. 

If it were run with pure hydrogen, it would need a comically large tank that would present the same danger as the Hindenburg disaster. 

But with this new green fuel, it would need only a few modifications and a slightly larger fuel tank — no battery swaps or major upgrades to speak of. 

And, of course, nothing is more critical to this industry than ease of transition. 

If it’s too expensive or laborious to make the switch, it will never happen. It’s the reason why these green fuels need to be perfect before they stand a chance of becoming a new standard. 

But what if one tiny company already managed to create the ideal green fuel generator? 

An under-the-radar company has manufactured a plain-looking machine that can run on renewable energy and uses zero harmful chemicals in the process. And the fuel it spits out is denser, more efficient, and much more powerful than hydrogen. 

Keith Kohl, our senior energy expert, is finally releasing his long-awaited research on this remarkable fuel. It’s not being discussed by the mainstream media at all… yet.

I won't mince words — you need to read this before the rest of the herd figures it out

Otherwise, you'll be sitting on the sidelines when this microcap becomes as big as Tesla in a very short time frame. 

To your wealth,

Luke Sweeney
Contributor, Energy and Capital

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