Monday, 05 May, 2014
Join us Monday, May 5 at 1 pm, to learn about a clean, renewable energy system developed from inexpensive hydrogen on demand from biomass and waste sources. Dr. Sam Weaver will discuss the core technology, referred to as Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (CHyP). It can be used to develop energy all the ways we use it: heat, electricity, or liquid fuel (gasoline, diesel or jet fuel). The CHyP process is carbon negative with additional environmental benefits.
Founded in 2005, Proton Power, Inc. is the brainchild of Dr. Sam Weaver and Dan Hensley, who have developed a renewable energy system designed for producing inexpensive hydrogen on demand from biomass and waste sources. Weaver and Hensley have a long, 40+ year history of developing successful and
innovative technological products from the ground up, including:
- Aircraft brakes for the Boeing 767 and 777, plus military aircrafts
- The first 2800C production furnaces for high strength, high modulus carbon fibers
- Ceramic punch technology and equipment to make Coors the thinnest aluminum beer cans in the world
- Neutron absorbers for nuclear power plants – 87% worldwide market share
- Test and research reactor fuel which provided radioisotopes that served 10 million people annually
Today, Dr. Weaver and Hensley lead an experienced management team with extensive manufacturing experience at Proton Power and includes more than 20 talented engineers and scientists.
The event will be held at 1 pm, Monday, May 5 at the Toyota Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Parking for a fee is available at the Vol Hall Garage and information and directions can be found at