Introducing... A HOX® type hydrogen peroxide charger

Our system is designed to be fully self-contained. It is necessary to provide scalability and reliability of the charging network. A strong emphasis is put on the maintainability and serviceability of the unit. Replacement of consumables like oil, coolant or reactor’s ceramics takes minutes and does not require any special skills. The machine is made of metal and ceramics – no toxic, hazardous materials are used.

We plan to have the fully tested and certified unit for the European and American market in 2023. Depending on the test results and design issues we expect to start the first real life tests late 2022 or early 2023. The technologies mastered during the development are easily transferable to other applications industries like defense, space etc, if you’d like to use them for your project please let us know!

Current Progress

Aero & Thermodynamic Design
Mechanical Design
Electromagnetic Design
Test Rigs Design
Power Electronics
Ceramics Design
Charger Externals
Let' s assume we want to build a network of rapid chargers in London

London is known for its progressive nature and definitely wants to on the forefront of e-revolution. It also is a wealthy city that could certainly handle the eco transformation from the financial point of view.

There are approximately 600 petrol stations in London, let’s assume that we want to install 4 chargers per station, what gives us 2400 chargers. For sure certain shopping centres, luxury apartments, offices would like to have their own charging stations. In total, let’s assume our charging network will have 3000 chargers. A detailed comparison can be found below but the key numbers can be summarized as:

Our system is 10-15x cheaper
Our system is can be installed in 3 days
Our system is a network of independent chargers - a local failure doesn't impact the system

Step 1

Build a nuclear powerplant

Assuming no conversion and distribution losses, a 750 MWe nuclear powerplant is required to power 3000 chargers.

  • 6 000 000 000 USD
  • 10 years


Dig a hole

Well, simply dig a hole

  • 1 000 USD per hole
  • 1 day per hole

Step 2

Lay Power Cables

A High Power cable network is required to transfer energy from the powerplant to transformer substations and then chargers. A fair estimation for a London-sized city will be 500 km of 150kV cables. To lay them underground, massive roadworks will be necessary.

  • 500 000 000 USD
  • 3 years


Insert a tank

Insert a 20 000 l tank into the hole, prepare interfaces for the charger, and fill the hole to cover the tank.

  • 30 000 USD per tank
  • 1 day per tank

Step 3

Build HV Substations

Considering 3000 chargers spread among the districts of London, it is sensible to assume that 50 substations will be required. As per EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, 50 000 $/kVA substation total cost is assumed.

  • 375 000 000 USD
  • 2 years


Install our HOX® chargers

Assuming no conversion and distribution losses, a 750 MWe nuclear powerplant is required to power 3000 chargers.

  • 450 000 000 USD
  • 1 year

Step 4

Install charging stations

There are not many 250kVA class chargers, however extrapolating 30 000 $ per 100 kVA charger, 50 000 $ per 250 kVA charging station is assumed

  • 150 000 000 USD
  • 1 year

Current Technology

6000 + 500 + 375 + 150
  • 7025 mln USD
  • 18 years


Our Technology

3 + 90 + 450
  • 543 mln USD
  • 2 years