Current Water Technologies announces filing of patent
by CM Staff
The filing of a PCT patent application seeks protection for its AmmEl-H2 technology recovering hydrogen from municipal and industrial waste waters containing ammonia.
GULEPH — Current Water Technologies Inc., a technology company involved in the management of ammonia in industrial and municipal wastewaters, announces the filing of a PCT patent application seeking protection internationally for its AmmEl-H2 technology to recover hydrogen from municipal and industrial waste waters containing ammonia.
The filing of this single international patent application can facilitate patent protection for this technology in a total of 156 PCT member states.
Dr. Gene Shelp, CEO said, “In September 2021, CWTI filed a USA Provisional Patent. Based on the exciting results achieved over the past year and the interest received from numerous domestic and international parties, the Company is seeking patent protection in numerous countries of the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The PCT Application is the first important step towards achieving this goal.”
“As previously stated, our strategic plan is to convert costly municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities into profit centers by converting the ammonia into environmentally friendly nitrogen gas and high purity, fuelcell grade, hydrogen gas. Due to the ubiquity of wastewater treatment plants around the globe, our vision is to establish municipal-based local/regional energy storage centers/hubs − vital components in the future electrical grid.”
“Successful implementation of this innovative AmmEl-H2 technology will lay the foundation for a strategic growth plan based on royalty and leasing revenue models. This will facilitate entrance to global markets and establish predictable future revenue growth.”