Project Hydrogen Highway

Project Hydrogen Highway

Tersus Power is completing development of the Next Generation Modular Hydrogen Fueling Station, that will be the first of its kind to generate hydrogen fuel on site at existing and new fueling station locations.

about tersus

Tersus Power Inc. was founded in 2021 as a contract manufacturer who will build and deliver Modular Hydrogen Fueling stations across the U.S and Canada. Tersus Power is located in Nevada and is in the process of commissioning a facility to manufacture the initial prototypes, and then ramp up to manufacture 10 modular fueling stations per month. The facility will be located in the Pittsburgh, PA metroplex.

Tersus Power’s Next Generation Modular Hydrogen Fueling Station is based on the functionality of a SMR (steam methane reformer), with unique components that provide for a high capacity daily hydrogen output. Steam methane reforming (SMR) is a process in which methane from natural gas is heated, with steam, and a catalyst, to produce hydrogen.


Reforms steam and natural gas mixture to produce 75% of the hydrogen.

Dispensing Pumps

Interfaces with the vehicle to deliver hydrogen to the fuel tank.

water gas shift reactor

Creates more hydrogen using the CO produced in the reformer. Produces 25% of the hyrdrogen.

active hydrogen storage

875 bar constantly regulated storage tanks

steam generator

Creates steam for PowerTap Gen 3 reforming process.

water treatment Skid

Creates ultra-pure water by removing impurities such as silica, calcium, and chloride from regular portable water and stores in a 250-gal tank.

Liquid CO2 Storage

CO2 is liquefied on site for storage and transportation

Pressure Swing Absorber

The pressure swing adsorbers purify the gas. The H2 PSA purifies the reformate gas to 99.97% pure hydrogen and the CO2 PSA purifies the CO2 to better than 95%

Hydrogen Compressors

Compresses high-purity hydrogen to 875 bar.

Dispensing Chillers

Cools the hydrogen before it is delivered to the Distribution Pump Manifold.

Water cooling towers

We employ cooling towers to remove the excess heat and minimize water consumption by recirculating it.