Hydrogen Injection System (H.I.S.)

Gallery Hydrogen Injection System (H.I.S.) 1
Gallery Hydrogen Injection System (H.I.S.) 1
August 2021
Headquarters 33127 Saint-Jean-d'Illac, France

Hydrogen Injection System (H.I.S.) - An on-board technology injecting hydrogen that reduces thermal engines (gasoline/diesel) consumption up to 25% and pollution up to 70%

Hydrogen Injection System (H.I.S.) is an on-board technology for reducing fuel consumption and polluting emissions in thermal engines by injecting hydrogen in real time. H.I.S. is a miniaturized, autonomous and secure system for improving the combustion of thermal engines by injecting hydrogen, resulting from the electrolysis of water. H.I.S. reduces the carbon impact of any type of thermal engine , whatever its size and actively participating in the energy transition, spearheading a positive ecology and a positive, sustainable and circular economy. H.I.S. technology reduces pollutant emissions up to 70% and fuel consumption up to 25%. A benefit for the consumer, corporations as well as the planet. Fitted on all thermal engines, the Hydrogen Injection System works equally well on gasoline and diesel engines.

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Key features

  • Eliminates up to 70% of toxic pollution emissions released by any thermal engine
  • Saves up to 25% of fuel for very polluting engines
  • Avoids rejecting 200kg of CO2 on average, per engine and per yea


  • Amortised between 6 and 15 months of my (depending on the number of kms traveled or hours of use of the engine)
  • ROI is between 2 and 13 months

Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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