We offer customers a local hydrogen option, operating at small scales throughout the Eastern United States. The IH farm-to-table business model and turnkey solutions enable the adoption of clean hydrogen fuel for mobility now, not in some distant future.
IH’s modular engineering allows for faster scaling and productivity
IH’s first maintenance tech and Air Force veteran Jeff works on key H2 technology on local production site
IH employs local labor for construction and operations
American workers, emplacing American-made products, safely
We partner with fuel cell producers, hydrogen-powered vehicle manufacturers, and others to provide bespoke solutions to customers’ hydrogen and clean energy needs.
Kelly and Matt, two of IH’s chemical engineers ‘pioneering the American hydrogen economy’
CEO and Founder, Bill Lehner, onsite with the engineering team
Bespoke engineering solutions to produce hydrogen from local resources
American manufactured, installed by local contractors
Independence Hydrogen leads the Decentralized East Coast Hydrogen Hub (DEC-H2), as the prime recipient.
IH was one of the 33 concepts encouraged to apply by the Department of Energy (DOE).
With our project partners, IH is building a network of production and distribution along I-95 that will help make it a Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Corridor. IH is also a sub-recipient on three other DOE H2Hub applications.
The DOE’s recent report on accelerating clean hydrogen is right in line with IH’s farm-to-table business model.
IH’s engineering, maintenance, and operations reps conduct safety briefs before beginning work
IH is producing hydrogen today. An early mover in the growing hydrogen economy
Inspired by the combat experience of our majority military veteran team
Independence Hydrogen by the numbers
is 80% less energy intensive than liquifying hydrogen
the carbon emissions of alternative fuel sources
DeHy™ will displace 300,000 tons of man-made CO2 every year
Solving three problems in hydrogen markets repeatedly tripped by force majeure,
IH is building a resilient production, storage, and distribution network (DeHy™)
Quantifiably up to 10x cleaner than liquid H2 (and 94% cleaner than diesel)
The hydrogen market in the U.S.
energy-related CO2 emissions that can be abated with clean H2
currently liquified and moved long distances
CO2, NO2, SO2 in cities than current fuel sources