About Fuels Pro

The Fuel Pro is a modern twist on an old invention: Steam reformers. Around 95% of the world’s hydrogen is produced by steam reforming. Now you can do it on-site, on-demand. In the Fuel Pro we use our proprietary catalyst. This results in a more efficient process and greater catalyst life.

Our catalysts need to be replaced approximately every 10,000 hours at a cost of €1800, meaning that the catalyst adds less than one cent per kilowatt to the hydrogen produced. Hydrogen produced by the Fuel Pro costs less than half the price of bottled hydrogen.


It speaks for itself

  • up to 40% better fuel efficiency than unreformed hydrocarbon fuel
  • Arbitrage fuel prices by choosing the fuel you burn
  • Unlike other reformers with start-up times up to 4 hours, it can start from cold in 45 minutes
  • Uses less water than competitors as it recycles the steam
  • Uses less external power than competitors once operational as it heats itself from the internal reaction
  • Negligible NOx ( nitrous oxide). No need for catalytic converters.
  • 100 kilograms and rolls on wheels so you can produce hydrogen where and when you need it


Who Needs a Fuel Pro:

  • Diesel generator users: Payback ROI between 3 months and 1.5 years.
  • Mobile hydrogen production: Produce hydrogen in remote parts of the world on demand. Use it immediately or store it up for future use.
  • Miners use power generators that need expensive catalytic converters. The Fuel Pro circumvents the need because no noxious gasses are released. As a bonus there is also 25+% improvement in fuel economy.
  • Mobile refrigeration where there is an engine running constantly (trucks and ships).
  • Environmental regulations in ports, cities etc where dirty diesel cannot be used. The fuel pro clean-burns your fuel
  • fishing trawlers on long trips- burn less fuel
  • locomotive engines or any similar engine that uses vast quantities of fuel on long journeys
  • Water pumping stations where there is no local power supply, emergency relief, mines, wells
  • Factories needing hydrogen such as the food industry
  • Hydrogen production on site in gas stations for hydrogen storage and resale for hydrogen cars or sell your surplus in bottles as a commodity.

And many many more.