Current water electrolysis technologies remain non-competitive in contrast to methods of deriving hydrogen from fossil fuel sources. Hydrox Holdings Ltd. offers a simplistic and sustainable approach to alkaline water electrolysis by making the technology more cost competitive than all other methods of hydrogen production.
Hydrox Holding’s unique Divergent-Electrode-Flow-Through (DEFTTM) technology, unlocks inexpensive hydrogen production from renewable energy sources operating off a reliable principle. This is achieved by employing a system made up of fewer components with lower capital and operating costs with enormous potential.
Corrie de Jager (CEO)
Corrie is a senior commercial lawyer and Chairman of Snyman de Jager Attorneys, one of the prominent legal firms in Pretoria (the capital) serving on the panel of all major banks in South Africa. With a deep passion for clean energy, Corrie has been the driving force for development behind Hydrox Holdings and through his commitment the company has evolved as the leading exponent of membraneless technology through its patented DEFTTM system.
Martin Pols (Director)
Martin is a well known businessman with the vision of a pollution free environment through hydrogen energy; he has been involved since inception in the financing of Hydrox Holdings’ projects.
Paul van de Vyver (Director)
Paul is the managing director of DemcoTECH Engineering with over 30 years of project experience in the power generation and mining sectors from concept studies to implementation. Paul has a considerable amount of experience in managing both local and international turnkey projects.
George Anagnostopoulos (Director)
George is the managing director of Power Dynamics (Pty)Ltd. which manufactures power electronic equipment for the mining sector. He is the inventor of Hydrox Holding’s DEFT™ technology and continues to provide invaluable guidance in development projects.
Lizanne Botha (Director)
Lizanne is a qualified chartered accountant employed as a CFO at Best Clothing and Gifts, with comprehensive experience in corporate tax and in leading financial strategies to facilitate a company’s ambitious growth plans. She has a proven ability to constantly challenge and improve existing processes and systems which is of great value to Hydrox Holdings Ltd.
Andrew Woollon (Technical Consultant)
Andrew is the technical director of DemcoTECH Engineering and has extensive project and design experience in the field of materials handling. He has been instrumental in the supervision of the design and testing of many of our developmental pilot plants.
Malcolm Gillespie (Research and Development Specialist)
Malcolm joined DemcoTECH Engineering in 2013, working as a process engineer on the several projects. In addition, to this he performs research and development for Hydrox Holdings Ltd. on alkaline water electrolysis technologies for Hydrogen production while completing his MSc and Phd.