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“What’s been billed as an innovation in clean energy looked a lot more like a sophisticated piece of plumbing — a collection of shiny, metal tubes and cylinders that all fit on a single pushcart.

But according to Lancaster entrepreneur and self-taught scientist Eric Schraud, it’s what happens inside his company’s invention that is most exciting — a chemical reaction that he says is a more efficient way of producing an increasingly sought-after, carbon-free fuel called green hydrogen…”

“A company in Central PA is determined to change the way we think about energy and hydrogen. GenHydro, a startup nestled in a Lancaster business park has a reactant and reactor that they believe are cutting edge.”