SEATTLE, Sept. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MI Elements Inc., a products company dedicated to implementing H2 Energy technology in the state of Washington, has just received patent-pending status on its hydrogen refueling and electric vehicle recharging station design. The H2 Go Station, which will be designed to refuel hydrogen vehicles, is currently in the prototype stage. Benefits of the projected model include fuel-from-water technology, off-grid capability, and sustainable renewable energy storage and distribution.
The MI Elements team aims to develop a product that will take solar and wind energy and store it in the form of hydrogen in tanks. This will provide MI Elements with the ability to power houses to go off-grid and allow their customers to recharge electric vehicles or refuel hydrogen vehicles.
“Having recently received patent-pending status on the design, our team can officially say we are ready to show the world what we have been working on,” said James Dow, CEO of MI Elements. “The MI Elements Energy System will allow for the mass deployment of hydrogen vehicle refueling infrastructure by incorporating a design with a smaller footprint and a more cost-effective alternative to the large refueling stations currently being constructed.”
MI Elements Inc. is dedicated to implementing our H2 Energy technology in the state of Washington. We are currently building homes that are powered with sustainable energy coupled with our fuel-from-water technology.
For more information, please visit www.mielements.com and follow @mi.elements on Instagram.
About MI Elements Inc
MI Elements Inc is a products company that is owned by DCS Built LLC. MI Elements Inc is owned by the existing employees of DCS Built LLC and is a corporation structure based in Nevada. We are working on building a 3,500-sq.-foot custom home with solar panels and windmills that will generate the electricity for the home. We are under construction on this house and we have renderings of the home with the energy system on our website www.mielements.com.
Image 1: H2 Go Commercial Refueling StateMI Elements H2 Energy EV and FCEV Station Image 2: MI Home 1050 Prototype MI Home Powered By Sustainable Renewable Energy Image 3: MI Home 3500 Prototype MI Home Powered By Sustainable Renewable Energy Image 4: MI Home 3500 Prototype MI Home Powered By Sustainable Renewable Energy
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