Produce, store and consume your own
Rainwater Green Hydrogen
with the Rainwater Green Micro-Hydrogenerator (RGMH)
If you are what you consume …
Think about the energy sources that power your business. Don’t they share one or more of these characteristics?
With Rainwater Green Hydrogen
Our hydrogen is 100% green because the sun and rain are its sources
Hydrogen constitutes almost 75% of the matter in the Universe … We propose you to extract your own Rainwater Green Hydrogen from rainwater through a process of electrolysis powered by solar energy.
It is a sustainable and renewable energy that you can especially use to charge your vehicles (forklifts, scooter fleets, last mile vehicles, trucks, etc.) and to power your production processes.
Produce Rainwater Green Hydrogen with your RGMH
The Rainwater Green Micro-Hydrogenerator: Self-consume, save and receive subsidies
Trust our experts
We are the reference in Rainwater Green Hydrogen
Rafael Rojas and Jose A. Barrada tell you everything about the RGMH or Rainwater Green Micro-Hydrogenerator in their book «The Potential of True Green Hydrogen»
The RGMH is a distributed Rainwater Green Hydrogen production facility that allows you to use rainwater in the electrolysis necessary to generate and use your Rainwater Green Hydrogen in logistics and industrial facilities. It is fully managed by the SWIO LogisGreen tool based on technologies such as Internet of Things and Big Data.
Currently focused on the innovative project LogisGreen for the development and dissemination of solutions for self-consumption of Rainwater Green Hydrogen.
Jose A. Barrada
Focused on supporting industries in sustainability, contributing with his wide and diverse experience in the fields of construction, engineering and architecture.
Come to the future with us
h o l a @hlogisgreen.com | 917 45 68 69 | C/ Marie Curie 5, Edificio Alfa | Rivas-Vaciamadrid. Madrid, España.
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