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FuelPositive files patent application for its green ammonia and hydrogen technology

June 3, 2022
By Canadian Manufacturing

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TORONTO — FuelPositive Corporation announces that it has filed a U.S. Non-Provisional Patent Application for the Company’s “Modular Transportable Clean Hydrogen-Ammonia Maker” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (U.S. non-provisional patent application serial number: 17/826641). The application claims priority out of FuelPositive’s U.S. Provisional Patent Application filed on June 7, 2021 and elaborates upon FuelPositive’s concepts.

FuelPositive has also filed a companion Patent Co-Operation Treaty (PCT) Patent Application preserving FuelPositive’s right to its proprietary invention in all 156 PCT member states. This PCT Patent Application also claims priority out of FuelPositive’s U.S. Provisional Patent Application filed June 7, 2021.

The Company’s flagship technology is a containerized system that takes water, air and sustainable electricity to produce green, carbon-free, anhydrous ammonia on site, where end users need it. The system includes an electrolyzer to produce hydrogen from water, a nitrogen generator to produce nitrogen from air, and an ammonia synthesis converter to produce green ammonia from the nitrogen and hydrogen on a continuous basis.

“We continue to refine our proprietary systems and apparatus in the process of constructing our demonstration systems,” said Ian Clifford, CEO and Board Chair of FuelPositive.

“There is a worldwide shortage of ammonia and fertilizer and seriously compromised supply chains, making our decentralized and containerized on-site green ammonia production systems acutely needed. We are being approached daily by people and companies from all over the world who want our systems so they can control their supply, timing and pricing, while dramatically reducing carbon emissions. By filing these patent applications, we are setting ourselves up to be able to deliver green anhydrous ammonia and its derivatives wherever the technology is needed in the coming years,” added Clifford.

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