Member - ClearValue Energy Inc.

ClearValue Hydrogen Energy Economy aims to provide clean energy, transportation, pure water and nutrients for the world, using a value-added, closed-loop, zero/negative carbon system.

Type Company
Founded 2008
Company Size 20
Member Type
Founders Richard Alan Haase
Headquarters Sugar Land, TX 77478, USA
Social network
ClearValue Energy Inc.


Leading and innovative group of scientists, engineers and architects focused on clean energy, pure water and organic nutrient solutions that are value-added (solution provides more customer benefit than previous products) and efficacious (solution is an efficient and effective use of resources).

ClearValue Energy, Inc. (Energy) and ClearValue Combustion Systems, Inc. (Combustion) together form the ClearValue Hydrogen Energy Economy.

The ClearValue Hydrogen Energy Economy has both energy and transportation components. Energy utilizes methane (preferably bio-gas, yet can be natural gas or cracked oil) and sunlight to produce clean electricity at $0.02 to 0.03 /kWhr and hydrogen at less than $3/kg, while only producing pure water and organic nutrients as byproducts.

Transportation is a retooling of internal combustion engines, known today, to more powerful and efficient engines that combust pure hydrogen and pure oxygen. As Energy does not use sunlight as the primary energy source, incorporating sunlight in a secondary process function, Energy produces much more sunlight per acre than current photovoltaic systems (15 to 20 MW per acre of light collected, compared to 0.6 to 1.0 MW for photovoltaic). As Combustion is not a fuel cell concept, there are no precious metal or ultra pure hydrogen requirements.

The ClearValue Companies are headquartered in the Houston, Texas USA: ClearValue Energy, Inc., 4402 Ringrose, Missouri City, Texas 77459.

Read more
Headquarters Sugar Land, TX 77478, USA

SDG’s of application

The Sustainable Development Goals are a call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure peace and prosperity everywhere.
Clean water and sanitation
SDG 6 icon
Affordable and clean energy
SDG 7 icon
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
SDG 9 icon
SDG 11
Sustainable cities and communities
SDG 11 icon
SDG 12
Responsible consumption and production
SDG 12 icon

The information set out above, is solely for the purposes of information and the Solar Impulse Foundation does not provide any guarantee as to its authenticity, completeness or accuracy. To validate the Membership to the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions, the Solar Impulse Foundation only verifies that each entity is registered and has signed our principles and values stated in the following World Alliance for Efficient Solutions charter. For those Members who are also solution providers, this information does not constitute investment advice or a recommendation to buy into, transact or to enter into any agreement with any of the parties or persons mentioned above. Potential investors or interested parties are solely responsible for their investment or business decisions and for performing any due diligence required by the circumstances.