Aberdeen Investment, AES-100 Encryption, reports on the technical development of hydrogen extraction from natural gas pipelines using advanced electrolyzer system technology.

Toronto, September 09, 2021 (Globe Newsweire) – Aberdeen International Inc.Aberdeen“Or”Company”) (TSX: AAB) (F: A8H) (OTC: AABVF) The team is based on AES-100 Inc. (“AES-100”), A 41.67% subsidiary of the company, has shown new and significant hydrogen recovery results from natural gas pipelines for high-volume electrolysis systems (“AES”). AES was built by Pinakin Patel and his team, who received major federal awards for their innovative hydrogen research and development activities.

Throughout the United States and Europe, the ability to store, transport, and extract hydrogen from existing natural gas pipelines demonstrates significant capital expenditures on the availability of hydrogen supplies for clean and green electric vehicles. AES-100 technology provides a modular, measurable, low-cost solution using hydrogen safely and existing natural gas infrastructure.

The AES-100 team’s benchmark test in 5,000 hours shows that the hydrogen effluent in the natural gas pipelines is technically working with AES systems. AES-100 is now expanding its efforts to demonstrate similar performance promises to pipeline applications globally.

ASS is one of the first cost-effective solutions for commercial hydrogen recovery, as too much hydrogen is being wasted as a waste of energy rather than an expensive source of energy. This is an important part of solving many of the major problems facing governments, municipalities and various industries. In many states around the world, solar and wind power generation can result in excessive power demand that requires a “block” of production during peak periods, an inefficient and costly way to manage grid supply and demand balance. The state of California is an example of a powerhouse that actively seeks ways to manage excess energy through various storage systems.

“Recycling hydrogen is a multibillion-dollar market,” said Mr. Patel. The AES solution focuses on “low-hanging fruit” because AES technology can help store and dissipate excess energy during low-intensity periods.

The value proposition of AES technology is its ability to extract hydrogen at the point of use, thus eliminating the cost of hydrogen transportation and associated safety issues. The technology provides an economical hydrogen extraction method (and the alternative green energy source that can be used to reduce high prices in any markets and industries with natural gas pipelines).

About Aberdeen International Inc.

Aberdeen International is a World Resource Investment Company and a merchant bank that specializes in small-capitalization companies in the non-metallic and renewable energy sectors. AES-100, Aberdeen’s portfolio investment, is the sole copyright of AES technology for the production of hydrogen from flexible sensors and is the intellectual property of all.

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Chris Young
managing director
Aberdeen International Inc.
Chris.Younger@Aberdeen.green
(416) 861-1685

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