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Monday 24 February, 2020
HydroVitality
Oxy-hydrogen for Health

Water Fuel Engineering has finalised the prototype for health and well-being!

 

Oxy-Hydrogen is also called Brown’s Gas (HHO) and consists of two parts of hydrogen and one part of oxygen. This is the same proportion as water. The difference is that Oxy-hydrogen is not simply oxygen plus hydrogen as they are not separated after electrolysis but are the amalgamated mixture of gases.

 

Oxy-hydrogen is a powerful anti-oxidant, acting as a barrier against free radicals and used for anti-inflammation. HHO is a very small neutrally charged molecule that can penetrate cell membranes, giving the unique ability to access mitochondria within the cells where it can benefit our health. Free radicals are uncharged and unstable molecules that are highly reactive, making them highly likely to pull apart other molecules when they try to become stable. Anti-oxidants stabilises free radicals and reduces the amount of damage they could cause.

 

HydroVitality is an autonomous electrolyser generating oxy-hydrogen gas that can be used anywhere to provide oxy-hydrogen inhalation therapies.This straightforward method delivers oxy-hydrogen through a nasal cannula or facemask, enabling the gas to act more rapidly which makes it a suitable treatment against acute oxidative stress.  Studies have demonstrated that inhaling oxy-hydrogen has benefitil impacts on our cells. This kind of therapy is popular in East Asia, particularly Japan, China and South Korea, and is already leading the beauty and wellness trends.
 

Oxy-hydrogen therapies are beneficial to our well-being, with testimonies showing how individuals can breathe easier, have reduced scarring and wrinkles, have reduced stress on their muscles during and after exercise, improved hydration and many many more...

 

Water Fuel Engineering will showcase HydroVitality at the Med-Tech Innovation Expo 2020, and invites you to visit our stand on 1st and 2nd of April 2020. 

www.hydrovitality.co.uk

 


Wednesday 06 November, 2019
United Kingdom, Energy & Power Awards 2019
Water Fuel Engineering recognised as 'Leading Developer of Oxy-Hydrogen Applications'!

 

''With the need to reduce carbon emissions and discussions of climate change swirling, the dedicated businesses and professionals, operating in the fields of power generation, transport and distribution are facing new challenges at an exponential rate. Therefore, it seems imperative to the organisers of the Energy & Power Awards 2019 that these companies and individuals are not just recognised but rewarded for their hard work in providing cutting edge solutions within the energy sector.

 

Supplying energy to the homes across the UK takes perseverance, tenacity and innovation which is why SME News wants to highlight and celebrate the efforts and endeavours of those companies, large and small, with our Energy & Power Awards 2019.

 

Award Coordinator discusses the success of this year’s programme: “Powering business and homes across the country, our winners are some of the best of the best from across the energy and power market. I am proud of all of my winners and I hope to hear more of your successes in the coming years.”

 

SME News prides itself on the validity of its awards and winners. The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for their ingenuity and hard work, distinguishing them from their competitors and proving them worthy of recognition.''

https://www.sme-news.co.uk/issues/energy-and-power-awards-2019/38/?fbclid=IwAR0IlE6owkcIdIB0BfuJHpPcBCNbT7ntLNT53HgaeKpPPykGEiLv2qDTr_0


Tuesday 29 October, 2019
NFUS North East Renewable and Energy Saving Meeting
at Oldmeldrum

 

The National Farmers Union of Scotland organised a fantastic event for members at Oldmeldrum. First Class speakers and excellent chairing by NFUS Renewables Co-ordinator, David Smith from Cloffrickford Farm. 

 

Highly interesting topics covered by all speakers. Nigel Holmes : CEO, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association: “Hydrogen Production & Opportunities within our Farming Industry” & Andrew McGowan: Manager, Absolute Solar & Wind Limited: “Storage Opportunities for all Renewable Technologies” & Gerry Stephens, Financial Manager, Mackies of Rothienorman: “How Mackies’ efficiently utilises its’ power on farm” 

 

 Alexander Nenov: DMD, Water Fuel Engineering: “Opportunities to power your own vehicle using Hydrogen” and Jim Bisset: MD, Hydro Genie: “Heating your water for less” 

 

James Buchan: Specialist Manager, CARES: “Financial guidance and advice in funding projects and new technology”. Special "thank you" to Skelmonae Wind Farm for so generously sponsoring this evening's event, and to Andrew Connon, North East Regional Vice Chair for such a well constructed and delivered Vote of Thanks.'

 

The highly informative event showed methods of efficiently using existing resources to reduce the effect of farming on the natural environment. The passion towards ultra-low emissions technology in Scotland continues to grow, and the focus of protecting the natural environment is shared throughout the close-knit agricultural community, particularly in the North East.


Sunday 23 June, 2019
Water Fuel Engineering awarded for Technical Innovation
at the Royal Highland Show 2019!

 

Water Fuel Engineering wins in the Technical Innovation Awards!

 

A record breaking 195,000 visitors attended the Royal Highland Show this year and WFE had the pleasure and opportunity to showcase our HydroGen electrolyser throughout the four-day event. We were pleasantly surprised that more and more people appreciate the benefits of using hydrogen as a fuel.

 

The Royal Highland Show, organised annually for the last 179 years, is an opportunity for businesses and farmers to showcase their achievements and products related to agriculture. It forms an integral part of the UK agricultural community and offers an opportunity to explore the most modern and innovative solutions to the current challenges faced by agriculture.The awards for technical innovation were given by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland and the ceremony was held at Ingliston House.

 

It was inspiring to see that the vision for a cleaner and more energy efficient future is shared. As part of the event, WFE organised a free prize draw with the award being a free electrolyser for a year. The event greatly contributed to the potential of WFE to expand their client base, with over forty individuals and organisation entering our competition. 


Friday 31 May, 2019
Water Fuel Engineering awarded with 1st Place in Trade Stand Exhibit
in Scotland's Beef Event 2019

 

WFE are proud to announce that during this year's Scottish Beef Event, held at North Belthelnie Farm, Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire on 30th May, we were awarded first place for a commercial stand.

 

The award as given by David Duguid MP from Baniff and Buchan. As he said himself, ‘Water Fuel Engineering Ltd had a more under-stated stand inside one of the large sheds but presented a truly inspiring vision of the use of Hydrogen as a fuel of the future.’

 

One of the key distinguishing features of our electrolyser is its efficiency and to highlight this, we set up a tube filled with water which we used to help visualise the production of oxyhydrogen through bubbles. We hope that this event has contributed to the popularising our technology whilst bearing in mind the successful project at Nether Aden Farm under 'Farming for a Better Climate' Initiative since September 2017. The event had a huge amount of visitors which helped to increase the interest in WFE's technology.


Wednesday 27 March, 2019
Water Fuel Engineering has successfully completed their first ever project in India.
and the results are impressive!

 

Our team went to Hyderabad,India, to install our electrolysers on busses owned by the Telengana State Transport Corporation (TSRTC) in October 2018. It was the first experience of exporting to an non-EU country, overcoming challenges related to shipping our units across more than 5800 miles.

 

The installations of the electrolysers were completed in November 2018, where our team collaborated with and trained local engineers to use our technology. Initial road trials and emissions tests were conducted in line with local legislation and methods prior to evaluating the short-term effects of WFE's units.

 

The project inspired our team and knowledge transfer with local firms lead to innovative software updates. Effective communication and feedback mechanisms were established between WFE and our new client to ensure effective implementation of the electrolysers, configuring our technology to work in ambient conditions vastly distinct to those in the UK or Europe.

 

The results of the projects were in-line with our expectations, showing a reduction of 75% in emissions and smoke by across all vehicles. This represents an amazing opportunity of implementing retrofit technology in one of the most polluted regions in the World. At least 140 million people in India breathe air that is more than 10 times over the World Health Organisations's safety limit and 10 of the most polluted cities in the world are in India.

 

The transport sector greatly contribute to air quality deterriorating  and solutions like WFE's electrolyser are quickly gaining traction as there is no requirement to purchase new equiptment. Witnessing the results of our electrolysers, Indian officials recognised the benefit of implementing WFE's methodology in improving fuel efficiency and reducing emissions, but emphasised the health benefits that the technology can deliver. 


Thursday 01 November, 2018
WFE approved
WFE was accepted to participate in a scheme led by Plexal and financed by the Innovate UK.

 

 

According to the program, WFE gained access to a ‘mentor’ with relevant industry experience, support in helping scale ups based on individual challenges and expert advise, along with access to finance and introductions to investors.

 

WFE also gained access to a thorough analysis service done by Early Metrics, a company that rates start ups and small businesses in terms of likelihood to gain investment, in the beginning of the programme and is expected to be graded again after three months.


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