Xalon Inc.

Welcome to the official site of Xalon. We are a research and development company looking to improve hydrogen fuel cell technology and lithium ion batteries.

We are on the race to come out with the fastest and sexiest electric car. We are also working on an electric motorcycle called the KronoCycle. We are looking into drone and airbus technology for future ride-sharing programs.

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen is an abundant source of energy. Some sources of hydrogen are green. The world is investing in the infrastructure to make this possible. By the year 2030, it is expected that hydrogen will become readily available for many fuel cell technologies that will depend on it. The transportation industry is already making the shift toward hydrogen.

In order to create electricity from hydrogen you need hydrogen gas and oxygen. Fuel cells cause a chemical reaction inside the cell to create electricity. This operates the electrical motors.

Distilled water mixed with baking soda through a process called electrolysis separate hydrogen gas from water. Voila! You have energy.

It is important where you get hydrogen from. Some methods aren't so green. Blue hydrogen is proving to be a good source. The demand is increasing which is why many nations and companies are investing in hydrogen creating plants. Core understanding of hydrogen as we understand it today.

  1. Gray hydrogen
  2. Blue hydrogen
  3. Green hydrogen

The good, the bad, the ugly.

What did we learn?

  • Electric cars will be common and depend on green sources of energy to generate the power like hydroelectric plants, solar, and wind.
  • In the future, transportation systems will take to the sky. Flight will be more common and rely on hydrogen.
  • Gasoline powered cars will go extinct by 2035, because of a mandate to get rid of cars that cause pollution.

Americans will use hydrogen in their everyday lives. Crude oil is expensive and in limited supply. Fossil fuel causes pollution and increases your carbon footprint. We are looking to change that by 2030 with our loud hydrogen powered motorbike and hydrogen car.

"We are prototyping an experimental hydrogen engine that will make cars and motorcycles go really really fast."

David Spelling, CEO at Xalon