Produce 2X to 3X the hydrogen per unit of electrical power compared to conventional electrolysis, enjoy local supply and control of hydrogen, take advantage of carbon credits where applicable, and produce oxygen or chlorine at the same time for:

•     Ultrapure hydrogen furnaces for semiconductor processing
•     Annealing in glass production
•     Cooling turbines for more efficient electricity production
•     Polyvinylchloride (PVC) and other plastics manufacture
•     Methanol production
•     Syngas (synthetic gas) for liquid fuel production
•     Ammonia production
•     Fertilizer production
•     Refineries (they are both some of the largest producers as well as consumers)

-De-sulfurization for cleaner gasoline
-Hydrocracking (reduction of heavy products to lower molecular weight components)
-Treatment of gas streams
-Prevent carbon fouling of reforming catalysts