H2G box converting water in to fuel for bike.
H2GE™ Test Scooter  © 2018



With patents granted/pending worldwide, H2GE™ is preparing for R&D expansion with an unprecedented clean energy conversion process. Visit the innovation page to learn about future developments.


The solution to our carbon-based energy problem is here. H2Globals technology emits nearly zero CO2 and is adaptable to all current CO2 emitting systems while generating record-breaking power output for electrical input. The product takes in up to 97% water and 3% catalyst fuel, processes it electronically, causing the water to become combustible, producing a longer and cleaner-burning alternative to fossil fuel.

We are not breaking down water with electrolysis. Due to the adaptability of the product, we can now have low to no-carbon electricity without a storage problem, and with minimal changes to our infrastructure. This innovative energy source has a much lower per-unit cost than our current hydrocarbon energy, has zero or near-zero CO2 emissions and is more reliable, safer, non-toxic and abundant.

Carbon Emissions Reduced

Fuel Price Reduction

Image of water that can be used to create fuel.

This disruptive technology is revolutionizing the energy industry landscape, leading to lower operating costs and upfront capital investments overall improving the bottom line. To continue our journey to near-zero carbon emissions, it is important to gain public and private support to hurdle the innovation chasm to bring this technology to the world.

In the past, the first workable passive automotive safety airbag system was patented in 1971 and brought to market 1972. Regulatory mandates were in place by 1975 and the rest is history. It does not need to be a decade’s long process to cut CO2 emissions with this new technology, especially one so universally applicable. Though the help of the private industry, we can effortlessly bring H2GE to the market.

Dr. Moray B King

Dr. Moray B. King has Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering, Masters Degree in Systems Engineering, and finished the course work for a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering, all at the University of Pennsylvania. He was the originator of the term, Zero-Point Energy. During the oil embargo of 1974, he learned about the existence of zero-point energy in the physics literature, and began researching the possibility that it could be tapped as a practical energy source. From the standard scientific literature it appeared that excess energy anomalies were observed in pulse plasma experiments, especially if they produced ball lightning. He has presented his zero-point energy research at numerous energy conferences over the last 40 years, and has authored four books on the topic of how the zero-point energy could be harvested via technological means.

"All the pieces of the energy puzzle finally came together that year when I discovered the research of Walter Jenkins, which for me was a synergistic miracle. On his own, independent of me or any of my information, he created technology based on the thunderclap. Of upmost importance for scientific discovery, he does not use electrolysis to make hydrogen; thus he has a clear, definitive experiment to prove that the energy source is something other than hydrogen combustion."

- Dr. Moray B. King 2016
Dr. Moray King

Dr. Moray King's Books:

Tapping the Zero-Point Energy (1989) 

Quest for Zero-Point Energy (2001)

The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray 

Water: The Key to New Energy (2017)

H2G technology increased the safety of cars that currently run on gas.

H2Global is safe

to carry

 Our water-based fuel is on-demand and stored as plain water. It is not flammable while stored. Therefore, it is not an explosive fuel storage source for fires in transportation. It is far safer than any fossil fuel. This applies to all supported products which translates safety across the entire transportation spectrum. Plane crashes are often more fatal due to the dangers of carrying jet fuel in large portion.

“From 2014 to 2016 an estimated 171,500 highway vehicle fires occurred in the United States, resulting in an annual average of 345 deaths; 1,300 injuries; and $1.1 billion in property loss." According to a FEMA report.

- Jun 3, 2019, U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency

H2Global eliminates

air pollution

The World Health Organization estimates that around 7 million people die every year from exposure to fine particles in polluted air that lead to diseases such as stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and respiratory infections, including pneumonia. 9 out of 10 people breath air containing high levels of pollutants, like black carbon which penetrate deep into the lungs.

- 2 May 2018, Geneva
Child girl wearing protection mask to against air smog pollution with PM 2.5 in the city