CRH Energy production can utilize the sun's energy, but is not limited to it as are Fossil Energy and Bio-Source Energy. At CRH Corp., we create a classification called the “Forces of Nature” (FoN), which are renewable energy sources that planet Earth makes available for human use, and are listed as:
The unique and novel character of CRH Energy comes from the fact that using chemical science, we can harness and utilize all of these FoNs for the production of CRH Fuels. This offers extraordinary versatility and scope to CRH Energy production as compared to Fossil Energy or Bio-Source hydrocarbons.
For this reason, one may refer to CRH Energy as “WHySGO” Fuels, as compared to Fossil Energy and Bio-Source hydrocarbons which are Biochemical Solar Fuels. As such, it is clear that CRH is truly the “Versatile” hydrocarbon class, since it can be derived from many different energy sources (including the sun's energy, but not limited to it), while it is also able to utilize Captured Carbon as well as Atmospheric Carbon.
One of our activities at CRH Corp. is to scan the globe to determine where we can find the highest quality WHySGO energy resources to couple to our CRH Energy investment pipeline. Some of the examples of our current WHySGO energy development activities include:
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