Never before has there a been a greater demand for clean, efficient means of energy. As a hydrogen production industry leader, our goal at Wabash Valley Resources seeks out and develops innovative, dependable – and above all – effective solutions to manufacture, store, and deliver hydrogen energy worldwide.
More than ever, governments worldwide are showing increasing interest in hydrogen as an alternative clean energy source that can improve upon the limitations of intermittent green energy resources in de-carbonizing national energy systems.
Wabash Valley Resources works diligently and is playing a vital role in the energy transition, while producing a highly efficient product for a cleaner, safer and more beautiful world.
Our in-depth knowledge of carbon-negative hydrogen gas production will aid in decreasing the carbon footprint across the globe.
At Wabash Valley Resources, we produce carbon-negative hydrogen gas as an inexpensive, clean energy alternative to fossil fuels. Our mission is to meet the needs of power generation, transportation fuel, and chemical feedstock markets. Our in-depth knowledge of carbon-negative hydrogen gas production, on a large scale, will aid in decreasing the carbon footprint across the globe, and WVR will be at the forefront of this process.
By incorporating the latest technology and research, Wabash Valley Resources will capture 1.6MM tons of carbon dioxide each year, making this the most significant carbon sink in the U.S. Over the next five years, we expect that our plant and pioneering work will provide a Roadmap for the development of a carbon-negative new energy economy worldwide.
Permanent employee headcount is expected to rise to 125 quality, high paying jobs. Also, the plant expects to create work for approximately 750 people associated with the expanded construction of the plant.
We will be scaling up sales to the mobility markets, delivering carbon-negative hydrogen to electricity customers throughout the Midwest, sufficiently supplying power needs of up to 150,000 homes. WVR also expects to begin the supply of hydrogen to meet the growing demand for clean transportation fuel and provide the needs of up to 7,000 heavy-duty trucks. And finally, we expect to begin work on expanding the plant to meet the expected growth in demand for our unique product.
….switching over to clean hydrogen is imperative …the benefits are far too great.