Classic Water Fuel Nonsense
The wayback machine at archive.org has a snapshot of the Hydrogenerate PR written when the founder was still around. From 2002-April we get:
There have been many attempts to create fuel from water, most of which have proved to be unsuccessful or not cost effective. Many attempts have failed because the process involves the use of other forms of energy to produce the hydrogen, thus creating more problems than are solved.
HERI has overcome the problems of trying to create hydrogen from water. no longer do you require large reactors; no longer will you require high pressure tanks; no longer will you require an external fuel source; no longer will you require purified water to create hydrogen; and no longer do you need large machinery with many moving parts prone to break down. HERI utilizes an electrochemical procedure which produces:
Hydrogen Gas (Low pressure for Cooking, etc.)
Distilled Water (Potable)
In simplified terms, HERI uses a unique process to generate all of the above products. HERI's process has no moving parts and requires low maintenance. The catalyst produces potable water as a byproduct of the electrochemical process. Once exhausted the catalyst can be disposed of as an inert waste, completely safely and with no environmental impact whatsoever.
HERI has developed a working prototype. The company believes that within the next six months, its product will be available at a cost effective price World Wide.