Abstract: The most common methods of hydrogen production are burning of fossil fuels such as coal, natural gas, heavy oils which release carbon oxides including carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as a greenhouse gas. Yet another cleaner method of hydrogen production is electrolysis. Electrolysis is currently the most feasible means of producing hydrogen. Electrolysis involves the dissociation of water into hydrogen and oxygen by passing a current through an electrochemical cell, and has been available commercially for decades. Again the problem with electrolysis is the fact that it is economically challenging. Our present method provides suitable alternatives to generate power without any carbon emission as with the other power generation systems and an efficient method which also addresses the cost of hydrogen production.

Keywords: Hydrogen gas, Reaction, Generation.