Market Challenge

Low-Cost, Low-Emission Hydrogen, Today

As the world moves to decarbonize, the question remains whether fossil fuel feedstocks can still fulfil a role consistent with a pathway to net zero. Fortunately for producers, the answer is yes. NanosTech’s LESR process reimagines the world's most common hydrogen production method with a novel catalyst and reforming process, allowing producers to leverage their existing energy infrastructure while materially reducing the emission footprint and cost profile of their hydrogen.


NanosTech's LESR process delivers low-cost, low-emission hydrogen TODAY

Powered by NanosTech’s novel reforming catalyst, the LESR process operates with 50% less heating requirement while delivering 98% methane conversion.

LESR can eliminate 100% of flue gas emissions when powered with renewable electricity, offering low-cost, low-emission hydrogen for various applications.

Simpler Plant Design

NanosTech's nano-reforming catalyst targets the production of CO2 and Hydrogen while maintaining productivity, reducing capital cost by eliminating the need for expensive process steps such as water-gas-shift (WGS)

Lower Temperature, Fully Electric

The LESR process operates at a modest 550°C, reducing heat requirement by 55% and easily integrating with electric heating, reducing the emission footprint of hydrogen by up to 40%.The electrified LESR process uses 4-5X less electricity than electrolysis.

Feedstock Flexibility

The LESR Process can switch between multiple hydrocarbon feedstocks, including natural gas and liquids, renewable biogas, and naphtha.

Modular Design

LESR modular design meets hydrogen demands ranging from 0.5TPD all the way up to +1,000TPD. (TPD=Tonnes Per Day)

Integration with CCUS

An electrified LESR process provides a direct pathway to integrate with external CCUS processes, eliminating up to 95% of scope 1 emissions and delivering hydrogen with a carbon footprint below 1Kg CO2e / Kg H2. Integrating with NanosTech’s Dry Reformer, LESR emissions can easily be converted into low-carbon synthesis gas and used as a feedstock for various low-carbon chemicals, fuels, and products.