Why Hydrogen?

Hydrogen energy has many advantages. It can be used as a fuel, heat, or even electricity source. Hydrogen has three times the energy density per weight as methane or gasoline; it is readily present as a molecular compound of other chemical substances such as oxygen, carbon, and many others. It is non-toxic and can be used in a wide variety of applications, and most notably in the world of the climate crisis, it produces no carbon or methane emissions. To sum this up:

  • It is green

  • It produced no byproducts

  • It is multifunctional

  • It is readily present

  • It is non-toxic

  • Produced zero greenhouse gases when used

Problems with Existing Production Methods

Today, there are problems and complications that exist with current methods of hydrogen production.

95% hydrogen today is produced by fossil- fuel refining

  • This process is dirtier than just burning the fossil fuels

  • It produces large amounts of greenhouse gases and other byproducts

Both Methods:

  • Require transportation from the site of production to the point of sale

  • Require specialized equipment

  • Hydrogen needs to be cooled and compressed

  • Occur significant operational costs

  • Requires extensive logistics

5% of hydrogen is produced by Electrolysis

  • Green method

  • Buildout costs average between $2- 3.5 M USD

  • Requires large amounts of energy for production

  • Has to be located near power stations

Today’s H2 production is a large operations site with significant costs;

Once the hydrogen is produced it requires storage that comes with costs and risks since hydrogen gas is very light and very flammable.

Hydrogen escapes easily, which leads to waste and ‘hydrogen destruction’ of storage tanks.

Thus, H2 requires specialized tanks and expensive equipment, typically with cryogenic cooling storage.

Then it has to be transported to the client’s location. Transport also comes with transport costs, insurance costs, waste risks, and transport times.

Meanwhile, the client pays for all these costs and waits for the transport times.

Thus, current hydrogen production methods make it not feasible for mobile application and distribution, and hydrogen access today is very geographically limited.


  • Expensive green hydrogen

  • Lack of green hydrogen

  • Limited support for hydrogen vehicle owners

  • Highly centralized supply chain

  • Shortages and disruptions at fueling stations

  • Entry barriers to green energy industry

New World Energy Introduces The Solution To Today's Hydrogen Production Problems

Patent No 10,899,611

A brand new method of green hydrogen production through advanced laser technology without fossil fuels that eliminates the hurdles of the existing methods and makes green hydrogen 99% cheaper than traditional methods of hydrogen production.