BioRaw consists of the cropping process and technologies for the production of sustainable feed stocks for Renewable H2 (Hydrogen) FuelRods and Bio-diesel. The process is contained in specific, purpose built and light-weight glasshouse structures that are easily erected, such as on unused farmland effected by drought and salinity. The internals consist of solar-condensation-water collection and reticulation, automated cropping mechanisation and processing, all powered by a solar photovoltaic system.
The cropping species includes algaes, weedsaps, jentropha, various succulent GM species with fast growing capabilities and other high yield oil and sappy based flora
Renewable H2 Engines and FueRods
The Renewable H2 (RH2) Engine/Module processes RH2 Hydrogen FuelRods, as a replaceable and replenishable fuel, in a reactor vessel to release Hydrogen Gas for Fuel Cell engines to power cars, trucks, boats or large long-range container ships.
RH2 Fuel Rods are dry and compact for safe transport and mailing; in future to be accessed from corner shops or the internet, instead of visiting petrol stations.
The RH2 engine/module has nil emissions and the module is transportable as an emergency power supply (such as in a natural disaster, or for army base camps, remote areas etc.)